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thanks for all your help in identifing my seedlings.....

new question:
I went out to get some chard for some bacon and white bean soup and found MUSHROOMS growing at the base.
I looked around online for some information and it seems that somehow this may be a good thing?!?! It seems that I must have a very nutrient soil for them to be able to grow. lol
So is it true that I just need to remove the mushrooms and I can still use the chard?
I was nervous to use the chard when I discovered mushrooms growing near the base. I didn't use it last nite as a matter of a fact. If you all say it's ok, then the soup is on our menu tonite.

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You're right to be nervous about mushrooms if you do not know how to identify them.

Wash the chard and it should be fine. If you're really concerned, cut off the stalks of the ones that were growing next to the mushrooms.
 
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