Reducing The Use Of Chemical Fertilizers Can Help Eliminate The “Dead Zones” In Our Waters, Where Marine Life Can No Longer Survive.

Traditional chemical fertilizers contain phosphorus, nitrates and pesticides. These chemical compounds make their way to lakes, streams, ponds and bays where they produce an overabundance of algae and plankton. This creates an imbalance that depletes precious oxygen that wildlife needs to survive.

The largest “dead zones” in North America is in the Gulf of Mexico and is larger than the State of New Jersey and growing every day. Other places where dead zones are growing include the Great Lakes, the Everglades, the Chesapeake Bay and the Barnegat Bay. The "dead zone" in the Barnegat Bay has caused NJ to pass the strictest cosmetic fertilizer regulations in the United States.

When you use Holganix, you’re reducing the use of nitrates and phosphates by as much as 90%, and helping to reduce the impact of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides on our environment.

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Dead Zone Links
» Wikipedia - Dead Zone
» Minnesota Science Museum - Dead Zone
» Carlton College Science Center - Dead Zone

Dead Zone Articles
» Baltimore Sun - 'dead zone' bigger than predicted
» Washington Post - Scientists Warn of Persistent 'Dead Zones'
» Men's Health - Your Lethal Lawn

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