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- Greenscapes employee Francisco Tum spreads granulated fertilizer on lawns in the Champions at Lely Resort neighborhood on Thursday, July 5, 2012, in Naples. With tighter regulations on fertilizer use and pressure from government agencies to be more eco-friendly, Collier County is requiring local landscaping businesses like Greenscapes to train their employees along the guidelines set by Green Industries Best Management Practices.

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David Albers/Staff - Greenscapes employee Francisco Tum spreads granulated fertilizer on lawns in the Champions at Lely Resort neighborhood on Thursday, July 5, 2012, in Naples. With tighter regulations on fertilizer use and pressure from government agencies to be more eco-friendly, Collier County is requiring local landscaping businesses like Greenscapes to train their employees along the guidelines set by Green Industries Best Management Practices.

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- Greenscapes employees Francisco Tum, left, and Jaimie Garcia, prepare to fertilize lawns in the Champions at Lely Resort neighborhood on Thursday, July 5, 2012, in Naples. With tighter regulations on fertilizer use and pressure from government agencies to be more eco-friendly, Collier County is requiring local landscaping businesses like Greenscapes to train their employees along the guidelines set by Green Industries Best Management Practices.
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- Greenscapes employee Francisco Tum spreads granulated fertilizer on lawns in the Champions at Lely Resort neighborhood on Thursday, July 5, 2012, in Naples. With tighter regulations on fertilizer use and pressure from government agencies to be more eco-friendly, Collier County is requiring local landscaping businesses like Greenscapes to train their employees along the guidelines set by Green Industries Best Management Practices.
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- Greenscapes employee Jose Zawala spreads pesticides on lawns in the Champions at Lely Resort neighborhood on Thursday, July 5, 2012, in Naples. With tighter regulations on fertilizer use and pressure from government agencies to be more eco-friendly, Collier County is requiring local landscaping businesses like Greenscapes to train their employees along the guidelines set by Green Industries Best Management Practices.
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- Greenscapes employee Francisco Tum refills his fertilizer spreader while working in the Champions at Lely Resort neighborhood on Thursday, July 5, 2012, in Naples. With tighter regulations on fertilizer use and pressure from government agencies to be more eco-friendly, Collier County is requiring local landscaping businesses like Greenscapes to train their employees along the guidelines set by Green Industries Best Management Practices.
  • David Albers/Staff
- Greenscapes employee Francisco Tum spreads granulated fertilizer on lawns in the Champions at Lely Resort neighborhood on Thursday, July 5, 2012, in Naples. With tighter regulations on fertilizer use and pressure from government agencies to be more eco-friendly, Collier County is requiring local landscaping businesses like Greenscapes to train their employees along the guidelines set by Green Industries Best Management Practices.

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