Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Photo by Nancy Allen
Officials with HAB Aquatic Solutions, Lincoln, Neb., apply alum to Grand Lake on June 30. The state on Wednesday released a report showing the application succeeded in reducing phosphorous levels. Alum deactivates phosphorous, the main food source of the lake's toxic blue-green algae.
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GRAND LAKE - A $3.4 million alum application in Grand Lake this summer was a success, the state said Wednesday. Phosphorous levels were reduced 56 percent in the 4,900-acre treatment area in the center of the lake, according . . .
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