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Too much phosphorous in OH land


June 27, 2011
By Greenfield Daily Reporter

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June 17, 2011, Toledo, OH
— A third of Ohio’s farmland is loaded with too much phosphorus from farm
fertilizers and livestock manure, researchers have found.
June 17, 2011, Toledo, OH
— A third of Ohio’s farmland is loaded with too much phosphorus from farm
fertilizers and livestock manure, researchers have found.

Ohio State University
researchers tested one million soil samples from across the state and found
that most of the samples – tested over time – showed the amount of phosphorus
was being reduced, according to a report released June 15. But that doesn’t
mean the outlook for this year is better, said Jeff Reutter, director of Ohio
State’s Stone Laboratory
.

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