Vermont prohibits most uses of phosphorus fertilizers

04/23/2012 | Addison Independent (Vt.)

Vermont has banned the use of phosphorus fertilizers on residential and commercial lawns unless a soil test shows the need for phosphorus or during some applications of new turf. Golf courses are regulated separately. Retailers are required to differentiate between phosphorus and nonphosphorus fertilizers and to display signs showing the harmful effects of phosphorus on waterways.

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