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I posted previously with my freaking out about toadstools in my flower beds. My fears were put to rest. But now, they are in my vegetable beds. Isn't this a bad thing?? Does it mean my vegis will be infested with fungus? They are different than the ones previously in my flower beds. They are very small with white heads. They are EVERWHERE. Colonies of them all over the place. My 11yo dd and I were picking them out individually but it takes forever. Should I worry? I know I might be watering too much, but it's hard to tell; I water in the morning, and then by the afternoon everything is all dry again (it's been very hot here) and so I water again. Is there anything I can do to get rid of them besides hand pick them every day? They seem to especially crop up around the bamboo stakes I have for the tomato plants, and around the wooden popsicle sticks I have as plant markers.