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Strange weeds

Posted by jlaw5 Tx (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 1, 12 at 11:01

There are strange new weeds popping up in my garden behind my tomatoes. They have a shiny white stem with a dark brown / blackish bulb. They kind of remind me of mushroom. I wish I could post a picture on here. Does any one have any idea what I'm dealing with?


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RE: Strange weeds

FYI if you snap a pic with your digital camera, save to your picture file, you can use he new GW feature of photo posting. See "Image file to upload(optional) right above your user name: Hit "Browse" and find your photo in your files.


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RE: Strange weeds

Yes, welcome to Gardenweb, just in time to use the new image feature.

If they remind you of a mushroom, they are probably some kind of fungus. Maybe a stinkhorn? If so, don't mess with it, some can make your yard stinky for days! It will go away on its' own.


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