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Hello, I have got toadstalls growing in patches in my lawn. I often get mushrooms closer to winter too. I was wondering what I could do to get rid of them for good. They are quite annoying, unsigthly and I have trouble stopping the kids from playing with them. Thanks!

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They normally dry out and break down into the ground after a while.Its a good idea to areate your lawn to let some oxygen in,this will also reduce your toadstools. its a good time to feed your lawn.
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