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A better way to manage phosphorus?

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 20, 2017
All living things - from bacteria and fungi to plants and animals - need phosphorus. But extra phosphorus in the wrong place can harm the environment. For example, when too much phosphorus enters a lake or stream, it can lead to excessive weed growth and algal blooms. Low-oxygen dead zones can form. Runoff from agricultural sites can be an important source of phosphorus pollution. To help

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