white fluffy fungus on soil

Zone 14564 | Anonymous added on April 23, 2018 | Answered

White fluffy fungus had formed on the soil around some of the daylily seedlings I am growing. They have been OUT from under the plastic cover for a couple weeks now, and so open to air. I am surprised to see this. I started them in "Jiffy tomato and Vegetable Greenhouse", which they are still growing in (with the top off). I have been watering them by putting some weak chamomile tea in the bottom of the tray as suggested by the directions I am going by. What can I do to get rid of it, and stop it from forming on the others?

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Answered on April 23, 2018

Fungus is everywhere and this type of fungus is not a problem for your plants. It often indicates overwatering or inadequate air circulation, however.

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