Getting Started In Your Garden
Being a beginner gardener can be a little daunting. This section is all about sharing beginners advice, choosing the right plants, garden designs and inspiration to help get you started.
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Mysterious gunge (4 replies)
Any chance you can send a photo?
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It's hard to say exactly what the substance is without seeing it, but it could potentially be some sort of fungus or slime mold. These are not typically poisonous, but some types can cause skin irritation if you come into contact with them. It's best to avoid touching or handling the substance and to wear gloves if you need to work in that area again. If you're concerned about the safety of the substance, you may want to consult a local gardening expert or a plant pathology specialist for more information.
Without seeing the substance, identifying it is difficult; however, it has the appearance of a fungus or slime mold. While not normally harmful, contact with some species may result in skin discomfort. slope game
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I am a really new gardener and I was trying to dig weeds out of a border when a mass of custardy gunge, creamy coloured, burst out of the soil from under a plant. What on earth is it? Is it poisonous? I am absolutely freaking out about it.