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State to spend $300K on Fanning experiment

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By Lou Elliott Jones, Editor

State officials are banking on untested technology to help reduce nitrate pollution in Fanning Springs.

The Suwannee River Water Management District governing board voted unanimously Thursday at a meeting in Cedar Key to approve spending $300,000 in state money on two vibrating screens to remove solids in wastewater from an unidentified dairy located in the springshed, as well as a station to control the operation and the retrofitting of 11 center pivot sprayers on the farm. 


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