Lawn Bowling Green Growth Update ...

The City received the results of a sample taken from a growth under the lawn bowling greens at the John D. Spreckels Center. It turns out, according to Rutgers University, that it is a fungus whose common names include Dyeball and Dead Man’s Foot, among others. The fungus may live on dead decaying material or in conjunction with living roots in the ground. The City will begin working on a treatment plan, which may involve digging up the area to see the extent of growth. The Lawn Bowling Green remains open for play.

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