There is a chance that you use mulch to help with growing your plants in a garden. This mulch would harbor another life form that uses it as its source of nutrients: Orange Mold. It is a given; after all, mold is known to grow on decaying matters. But orange is only a color marker of the mold. In fact, it can appear pink or even red once it matures. And its initial fluffy look will turn crusty at this point where it reaches maturity. Also, this is not the same mold you see growing on your food or within the bathroom. While the look may be similar, the mold we are talking about. Therefore, speaking of mold is speaking of the entire kingdom of microorganism that consists of things that are invasive and sometimes dangerous to humans.
Mold is recognizable through its texture and habitat. Once you see something fluffy or hairy and it happens to be on a site where warmth and moisture accumulate, it is mold. But its color is also making it easier to identify a mold. Types of Mold that are invading your food are not necessarily bad for your health. Ingesting the moldy food is dangerous but once you dispose of it carefully and properly, things should be all right.
Inhaling mold’s spores is typically the primary trigger that causes people to suffer variety of symptoms, ranging from inflamed nose to asthma. But there are species of mold that are irritants. Mold Rash can be caused by exposure to black/green mold known as Cladosporium. This mold lives around the toilet and typically remains not dangerous. But once you rub against it or treat the affected area without protection, rash would manifest. Painted surfaces as well as fiber ducts are also the spots you need to inspect carefully to see if this mold has developed.