Michigan county bans use of lawn fertilizer with phosphorous

04/23/2009 | Saginaw News (Mich.), The

Saginaw County joined the list of counties in Michigan that have banned lawn fertilizers containing phosphorous. Agriculture and lawns in their first growing season are exempt from the ban, as are farmers. The ordinance does not prohibit the sale of phosphorous fertilizer but levies fines of $50 to $300 for using it.

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