Yuck, there are mushrooms growing on my lawn!

Credit: g_kat26

Q: How do I get rid of this fungus?

Mushrooms growing in the lawn can be very common, especially if the weather is cool and moist (e.g. during the fall.) Mushrooms (visible fruiting bodies above ground) are a byproduct of fungal mycelium (in the asexual stage) growing underground, which may be related to some old or existing woody ornamental roots. There is no chemical treatment so you’ll have to accept it.

Pick out the mushrooms when you notice them, and dispose of them in garbage.