What is a “watershed”?

During a rainstorm, the water that flows over the land as runoff collects in streams, canals, rivers, etc. The land area that drains or contributes runoff water to these streams, canals, rivers, etc. is called a watershed. All land is part of a watershed.

For more information please contact Sustainability Planner Eddy Galindo at (321) 567-3976 or eddy.galindo@titusville.com

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1. When is the fertilizer Blackout Period?
2. What do the 3 numbers on my fertilizer's label mean?
3. What is slow-release nitrogen?
4. How do if I know if my fertilizer contains nitrogen or phosphorus?
5. Under Titusville's fertilizer rules, can I use fertilizer that contains phosphorus?
6. What is a Fertilizer Free Zone?
7. I use a lawn company. How am I supposed to know what kind of fertilizer they use on my lawn?
8. Under Titusville's fertilizer rules, can I use a fertilizer that contains nitrogen?
9. I own a business in Titusville. I often have one of my employees apply fertilizer to the landscaping. How do the new fertilizer rules affect me?
10. I have a lawn service business and often apply fertilizer for my clients. How do Titusville's fertilizer rules affect me?
11. Can I still use my rotary spreader for applying fertilizer?
12. What is a “watershed”?
13. How do I know if my fertilizer contains enough slow-release nitrogen?