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Round Circles in St Augustine

Edwin Hutton e.hutton at ic.ac.uk
Fri Nov 24 03:52:46 EST 2000

Joe Conaway wrote:
> I forgot to mention I am in the Dallas Texas area and we have had a boat
> load of rain in the last month...
> "Joe Conaway" <skaggman at peoplescom.net> wrote in message
> news:YDbT5.73376$w61.46856 at dfw-read.news.verio.net...
> > I have different size circles in my yard. I know it is not grubs. Could it
> > be a fungus?...Thanks
> >
> >
Not a lot of info supplied, but if the circles are on a grassy patch
they could be 'fairy rings' caused by a variety of mushrooms. The
most usual are Marasmius Oreades (known in the UK as 'fairy ring
champigons) - they do grow well in wet weather.

Edwin Hutton

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