Too much dog 'doo' closes Fargo's public garden
FARGO — Organizers are shutting down a Fargo community garden for the year after finding out that some people were letting their dogs “fertilize” the soil over the winter.
There is a pervasive and false myth that doggie doo —which can be parasitic — is a viable plant fertilizer, said Cheryl Stetz, a community health educator with Fargo Cass Public Health.
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