Who’s Winning The Algae War?

The featured attraction at a municipal park is often a pond or lake, for fishing, swimming, boating, picnicking or walking on paths around the perimeter. But keeping recreational waters attractive and useable in these days of limited budgets can be challenging. Maintaining water quality can be expensive and unsuccessful. Algae blooms and bad odors can send park visitors elsewhere, despite the best efforts to provide an attractive open space. It can cost hundreds of dollars to clean up the water …


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