Saving Biscayne Bay: Miami-Dade needs summer fertilizer ban, scientists say

Saving Biscayne Bay: Miami-Dade needs summer fertilizer ban, scientists say

MIAMI - Jim Kirk has been a landscaper in South Florida for more than two decades. He said fertilizer doesn't have to be used so frequently. Once applied, he said, it lasts for about three months. Kirk said he is worried about how the overuse of fertilizer affects water quality.


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Saving Biscayne Bay: Miami-Dade needs summer fertilizer ban, scientists say
Saving Biscayne Bay: Miami-Dade needs summer fertilizer ban, scientists say
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