Another alternative for phosphorus reduction
Chris Overholtzer 12/05/2013 @ 12:06pm
As a native Iowan, I'm happy to hear about so much voluntary environmental work. I have always believed that, in spite of historical heavy chemical input, farmer respect the land and would do otherwise if possible. This may be old news, but here is a link to an idea for natural phosphorus reduction.
To the editor/proofreader.....I wish there really were such a thing as a sceptic tank.
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