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Island Lake May Restrict Fertilizers with Phosphorous
Island Lake is poised to become the latest town to severely restrict the use of fertilizers containing phosphorous.

Phosphorus helps grass germinate and grow, but excess phosphorus can be washed from a lawn by rainwater or sprinklers into lakes, rivers and streams.

It can then make waterways vulnerable to algae and weeds and deplete oxygen needed for native life.

 
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