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Armillaria mushrooms growing at the base of a tree
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Why Do I Have Mushrooms on My Trees?

Armillaria mushrooms can be a sign of root rot Mushrooms on trees may seem like a normal part of the ecosystem, but unfortunately, most of the time they indicate a problem. In the spring, you may see clusters of small brown-capped mushrooms growing at the base of your trees. These are armillaria mushrooms, also known

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Rotting roots at base of large deciduous tree Phytophthora root rot
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Phytophthora Root Rot: What You Need to Know

Phytophthora Can Be Treated What is phytophthora root rot? Despite the tongue-twisting name, it’s a common issue in Ontario plants, but it can often go unnoticed. Phytophthora is a common disease in both landscape plants and crops in southern Ontario. Caused by an organism similar to fungi, also called a water mould (or oomycete), there

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