I've read thru 2 threads which may ( or may not ) involve honey fungus. My current garden contains a great number of trees.......most alive and thriving but some rotting stumps. At this time of year, various fungi raise their heads and I must admit, I do like looking at them, photographing them, etc. They are quite fascinating but I have no real idea if they are detrimental to my garden overall.
However, if Mr. Mustard is concerned about a certain fungus which is causing him a problem/worry, it is extremely unkind, not to say rude, to accuse him of "doing harm to his garden". Most gardeners do their best to live with what they have.......we don't all agree with what others do but that is just life.
Fungus lover needs to be a little bit more constructive I think......a few verifiable examples of him/her saving the world would be instructive.. Let's face it, we can all criticise what others do...........it's what WE do ourselves that can, hopefully, make a difference.
Mr Mustard.......I hope you resolve your issue
Unfortunately over the past twenty-four hours there have appeared some posters who are intent on trying to cause upset on this forum by flaming/trolling and posting under several identities.
Just like fungi - they all appear at once and they all seem to have the same idiosyncratic use of English grammar