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Old 07-14-2013, 03:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Victorsaur View Post
I don't see how these facts demerit the usage of phosphorous fertilizer when used correctly (when not applied excessively). The fact remains that phosphorous is a necessary mineral that is many times lacking in soil. Perhaps it would be better to discuss which types of fertilizer do not cause as much pollution. Rock phosphate?

"organic fertilizers remain more stable in soil, release slower, and are thus less likely to add to water pollution than synthetic fertilizers."
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