My wife was reading the weekly local paper this morning and discovered that our legislature is considering the "Stinky Lake" bill for the next session. This bill will put an end to Phosphorus fertilizers being used in our state. With some exceptions of course! To stimulate discussion on such a highly controversial subject I intend to use the 'Letter to the Editor' section of this paper to introduce the idea that AM fungus supplies P to the plants when it is very low in the soil. However as the P increases in the soil several micronutrients become less available. With this in mind the professional lawn care man should be able to discern whether the soil supports AM fungus and whether or not a particular piece of ground warrants an exception for new application of P. Looking for an opportunity to educate the masses? Stir up some discussion that many folks may pay attention to? My articles need to speak with authority and have plenty of good science to back them up, so if there are any solid ideas out there let me know. Thanks.