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The Uses

Landscape and Lawncare

Fall is the best time to seed new lawns and the best time to incorporate Mushroom Compost into your seeding plan. Prepare the seed area by covering with 1 – 2 inches (or 3 – 6 cubic yards per 1,000 feet) of Mushroom Compost, till into the soil to a depth of 4 – 6 inches for maximum benefit.

Corn Crop Usage

Mushroom Compost may be applied at any time of the year or season and incorporated into the soil to increase absorption and nutrient dissemination. Most often, application is made in the spring and fall.

Grass Hay Field

Improve the quality and quantity of hay production by applying Mushroom Compost at a rate of 1/2 inch to 1 inch in depth (68 – 129 cubic yards per acre). Follow the “less is more” adage since a deeper application will smother the grass.

Artillery Fungus Prevention

What is Artillery Fungus? The artillery fungus, identified as a Sphaerobous sp., has become a serious problem in landscape mulch, particularly in wood-based mulches. Mixing Mushroom Compost with landscape mulch can help suppress growth and sporulation of the artillery fungus. According to research studies at Penn State by Dr. Donald Davis, when Mushroom Compost is mixed with mulch in proportions of just 20 to 40 percent, the artillery fungus is inhibited.

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