Monday, May 3, 2021

Honey Color Mushroom in the Yard - Pet and Hobby 20

Fig 01- Mushroom in the yard

I saw this kind of mushroom several times in the yard. I hit it with lawn mower when I cut grass during spring and summer.

After searching through internet, it is said that this “honey color mushroom” has scientific name Armillaria sp.

This fungus may infect and destructive to many kinds of woody trees, shrubs, fruits and even flowers.

Fruit trees which are affected by honey color fungus include:

- apple
- pear
- loquat
- apricot
- avocado
- citrus
- raspberries


Fig 02- Avocado fruits, its tree may be affected by honey color fungus


Fig 03- Armillaria sp could infect this fruit tree.


Fig 04- Magnolia flowers

What surprising me that the fungus is pathogen to many flower plants. The flowers species which may be infected such as:

- magnolia
- hydrangea
- viburnum
- rhododendron
- rose
- lilac
- camellias
- azaleas
- Confederate jasmine

Infected plants will drop their leaves, then die slowly (Richard Bogren, 2016: Root rot appearing in shrubs, trees)

In respect to flowers, some of them are grow well on our yard. From now on, we should have a look to our flowers whether they are infected by this pathogen. 

34 comments:

  1. Hello my friend, I only know the Armillaria mellea and Armillaria ostoyae and I use them sometimes for a recipe. Don't know if I can translate it well but here is one for you or your visitors what you can do with it

    200 gr potato
    0,5 l water or stock of your choice
    100 g watercress
    100 g spinach
    150 g meadow mushrooms
    100 g honey mushrooms
    dash of cream (optional)
    salt to taste Method:
    Put the peeled potato cut into pieces with the water (or broth) with some salt.
    Let this cook until al dente. Then add the watercress and spinach; let it cook for a while.
    Grind finely with a hand blender; you can add a dash of cream if you like. Add salt and pepper to taste.
    Fry the honey mushrooms in butter for 10 minutes and add them to the soup. You can finish this soup with some fried wild mushrooms, watercress and pieces of cooked potato.

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    1. love your explanation and recipe


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      Honey Color Mushroom in the Yard - Pet and Hobby 20
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      Fig 01- Mushroom in the yard

      I saw this kind of mushroom several times in the yard. I hit it with lawn mower when I cut grass during spring and summer.

      After searching through internet, it is said that this “honey color mushroom” has scientific name Armillaria sp.

      This fungus may infect and destructive to many kinds of woody trees, shrubs, fruits and even flowers.

      Fruit trees which are affected by honey color fungus include:
      - apple
      - pear
      - loquat
      - apricot
      - avocado
      - citrus
      - raspberries

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  2. ...my knowledge of mushrooms is very limited.

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      Fig 02- Avocado fruits, its tree may be affected by honey color fungus

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  4. I know nothing about the fungi though I do enjoy some sorts of mushrooms...thanks for sharing!

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  5. It is a terrible fungus without a doubt. I know this "bicharoco" well, lol
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  7. Thanks for your sharing:) have a lovely week...

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  8. Tanza, We haven't had this fungi in our yard but we have had others in damp areas or on dead/dying trees. They can be quite beautiful! Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  9. Je ne connais pas bien les champignons, mais je ne crois pas en avoir vu des comme ça chez moi.
    Bonne soirée

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      Fig 04- Magnolia flowers

      What surprising me that the fungus is pathogen to many flower plants. The flowers species which may be infected such as:

      - magnolia
      - hydrangea
      - viburnum
      - rhododendron
      - rose
      - lilac
      - camellias
      - azaleas
      - Confederate jasmine

      Infected plants will drop their leaves, then die slowly (Richard Bogren, 2016: Root rot appearing in shrubs, trees)

      In respect to flowers, some of them are grow well on our yard. From now on, we should have a look to our flowers whether they are infected by this pathogen.

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  10. Interesting, thanks for sharing.

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      Honey Color Mushroom in the Yard - Pet and Hobby 20
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      Fig 01- Mushroom in the yard

      I saw this kind of mushroom several times in the yard. I hit it with lawn mower when I cut grass during spring and summer.

      After searching through internet, it is said that this “honey color mushroom” has scientific name Armillaria sp.

      This fungus may infect and destructive to many kinds of woody trees, shrubs, fruits and even flowers.

      Fruit trees which are affected by honey color fungus include:
      - apple
      - pear
      - loquat
      - apricot
      - avocado
      - citrus
      - raspberries

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  12. Interesting. I like avocado very much, its my favorit :)

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  13. Great post and photos of nature's treasure and their fungi problems ~ Xo

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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      Fig 02- Avocado fruits, its tree may be affected by honey color fungus

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  14. Mushrooms here are more common in the autumn.

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  15. Thanks for the sharing ! I really dont know anything about the mushrooms. Now i got honey color mushroom.

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  16. I am a rank amateur when it comes to identifying fungi, but a good friend of mine used to teach mycology at the University of Waterloo, so he helps me a great deal.

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    1. I see.... I am amateur too.


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      Fig 03- Armillaria sp could infect this fruit tree.

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  17. You didn't eat those mushrooms did you? One time my dad picked some on a bike ride. He was the only one who ate them. He got sick and was home for a day or two. Luckily, he survived. Although, when my mom called ER they kept asking if it were her child.

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  18. Oh, so many interesting things you find in the yard. Oh, we have all sorts of things that can harm our garden, and yet the birds can plant elederberries in abundence.

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  19. Hola Tanza, siempre se aprende cosas, esto es desconocido para mí.
    Feliz día.
    Saludos

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      Honey Color Mushroom in the Yard - Pet and Hobby 20
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      Fig 04- Magnolia flowers

      What surprising me that the fungus is pathogen to many flower plants. The flowers species which may be infected such as:

      - magnolia
      - hydrangea
      - viburnum
      - rhododendron
      - rose
      - lilac
      - camellias
      - azaleas
      - Confederate jasmine

      Infected plants will drop their leaves, then die slowly (Richard Bogren, 2016: Root rot appearing in shrubs, trees)

      In respect to flowers, some of them are grow well on our yard. From now on, we should have a look to our flowers whether they are infected by this pathogen.

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  20. So I guess it is deadly for us humans too, just asking for a friend...

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  21. Beautiful flowers and very interesting post thanks for sharing

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  22. it doesn't look nice at all - sad for so many beautiful trees and plants

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  23. I'm not sure I've seen this kind but those mushrooms do look kind of (flower-like and) pretty :). But they can be bad for a lot of plants, eh?!

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    1. a source of literature said that they can be a diseases for other plants...


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      Honey Color Mushroom in the Yard - Pet and Hobby 20
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      Fig 01- Mushroom in the yard

      I saw this kind of mushroom several times in the yard. I hit it with lawn mower when I cut grass during spring and summer.

      After searching through internet, it is said that this “honey color mushroom” has scientific name Armillaria sp.

      This fungus may infect and destructive to many kinds of woody trees, shrubs, fruits and even flowers.

      Fruit trees which are affected by honey color fungus include:
      - apple
      - pear
      - loquat
      - apricot
      - avocado
      - citrus
      - raspberries

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