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Lawn Fertilizers

The following site may be of interest to those of you who fertilize your lawns.  It helped me determine which of two brands of fertilizer to purchase for fall application.  One, a very popular brand, had quite toxic levels of arsenic, while the other had none.
The web site lists over 2,000 brands of fertilizer and indicates the levels of arsenic, cadmium and lead contained by each.  You may have to copy and paste the address if clicking on it doesn't work.

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