Although you can't kill slime mold, try adjusting your watering schedule, slime molds thrive on water. Also, rake out, or dethatch the problem areas. The mold is most likely feeding on something that's dead. I've had similar problems, & the dryer the weather gets the less conspicuous the mold.
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