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Fertilizers and Pesticides

Fertilizers and pesticides are among the many common stormwater pollutants that can degrade water and agricultural land quality.

The Agricultural scientist advised using organic fertilizer and Biological pesticides. keep cleaning agricultural lands.

Fertilizers 
Fertilizers are made of nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus. When it rains, these nutrients are carried by stormwater into the nearest stream, river, or other water body. Too many nutrients in water can cause algae to grow, which uses up the oxygen in the water. Low levels of oxygen in water can hurt aquatic wildlife and even lead to kills fish and some other Living creatures.
Water pollution problems from fertilizers & pesticides can be diminished by following these guidelines:
Use pesticides and fertilizers sparingly. When use is necessary, use these chemicals in the recommended amounts. Read the label. More application does not mean a greener lawn - it means more watering and mowing.
Water the lawn with about 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch of water after a fertilizer application.
This helps move the fertilizer into the soil and reduces the potential of being lost in stormwater runoff.
Never apply fertilizers if heavy rain is anticipated.
If you spill fertilizers, sweep them up, do not hose or sweep them into the streets and storm drains.
Pesticides
Pesticides are any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing or destroying pests. The term applies to herbicides, fungicides, and other substances used to control pests.
Water pollution problems from pesticides can be diminished by following these guidelines.
Before using a pesticide or fertilizer, make sure that it is actually needed. Verify that pests are the root of the problem and that they are not simply covering up a deeper issue.
Allow some pests in your Agri-yard. Some insects are actually beneficial to your yard. If a particular plant is consistently plagued by pests, replace it with a more pest-resistant one.
A diversified yard with a variety of plants will ensure the protection of the rest of a yard, should pests attack.
Use organic mulch or safer pest control methods whenever possible.
Check with Cooperative Extension for additional information on pesticides and alternatives.
The Agricultural scientist advised using organic fertilizer and Biological pesticides. keep cleaning agricultural lands.

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