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See smaller Limitations on nitrogen and phosphorus in fertilizers over the summer are in place in Naples. Commercially tended blooms may end up less spectacular than normal, say landscapers, but the ordinance behind the underlying need to combat runoff pollution makes sense. Here, Karen Anglin of Island Garden Center on Marco Island sifts some fertilizer pellets for a photo illustration. Quentin Roux/Staff

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Limitations on nitrogen and phosphorus in fertilizers over the summer are in place in Naples. Commercially tended blooms may end up less spectacular than normal, say landscapers, but the ordinance behind the underlying need to combat runoff pollution makes sense. Here, Karen Anglin of Island Garden Center on Marco Island sifts some fertilizer pellets for a photo illustration. Quentin Roux/Staff

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  • Limitations on nitrogen and phosphorus in fertilizers over the summer are in place in Naples. Commercially tended blooms may end up less spectacular than normal, say landscapers, but the ordinance behind the underlying need to combat runoff pollution makes sense. Here, Karen Anglin of Island Garden Center on Marco Island sifts some fertilizer pellets for a photo illustration. Quentin Roux/Staff
  • Limitations on nitrogen and phosphorus in fertilizers over the summer are in place in Naples. Commercially tended blooms may be less spectacular than these, say landscapers, but the ordinance behind the underlying need to combat runoff pollution makes sense. Quentin Roux/Staff
  • Limitations on nitrogen and phosphorus in fertilizers over the summer are in place in Naples. Commercially tended blooms may be less spectacular than these, say landscapers, but the ordinance behind the underlying need to combat runoff pollution makes sense.

Limitations on nitrogen and phosphorus in fertilizers over the summer are in place in Naples.

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