Title says it all really. Had new lawn laid back in May - watered it religiously as instructed and all was fine. Havent bothered watering it during the recent deluges. Went to cut the lawn yesterday and there were about 30 toadstools growing in the lawn. Pulled them out but any idea how to get rid of them without damaging the lawn too (which is otherwise in pretty good nick)?
I also had some fungi appear in our new turf. They like damp conditions, and are watered well whilst the turf is being grown and once it's laid. Once you get back to a normal watering regime (relying on the weather in my case) the fungi will usually disappear.
I have a 2 year old who is very likely to try to eat them which is why I want to get rid for good - I've pulled out the ones I've seen but am at work during the week and tehre is a risk that DS2 would try to chomp down on them.
Thanks Autumnwitch - havent been watering the lawn of late so hopefully they'll dry out.