Factsheet P08: Honey fungus


Honey fungus – prized by fungus eaters but alarming to tree growers – is one of the most important tree pathogens, with a world-wide distribution in both forest and non-forest habitats. The name ‘honey’ refers to the light brown caps of the toadstools, which are usually formed in early autumn. It is also known as bootlace fungus, shoestring fungus and Armillaria root rot.

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