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Eliminating Leaching of Fertilizer Good for the Environment
Something we hear a lot these days is that water is going to become the next oil in terms of value as a natural resource. Not only do we need more water in some locations, but we need to protect what we have, whether we live and work in the sometimes soggy Great Lakes region, or the arid west. Greenhouse operators can’t do too much about acquiring more of this valuable resource, but they can protect what lies right under their feet.

The leaching of fertilizer, particularly nitrogen and phosphorous, can pollute groundwater aquifers, particularly in greenhouses with dirt floors.

 
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Late Winter Thaw and Cool Spring Slow Aquatic Plant Growth - This year’s late winter thaw and cool spring weather have slowed the growth of aquatic plants in northeast Indiana lakes. This should, according to DNR officials, delay and may even reduce the need to use chemical herbicides to control vegetation in lakes where there are such issues.


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