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I have to thank Steve for his regular contributions with regard to local information and news. Appreciated.

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Very interesting, another apparently simple solution, a bit like the idea of spreading lime over silt to consolidate it.  What happened to that latter idea?

What I am not clear about is whether this is a short term fix to kill off just a harmful bloom or whether there are longer term effects. What happens to the algae that Daphna feed on which in turn provide food for young fish.  Given the timing of Blooms is there going to be another problem?  


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