A boat applies the final doses of alum to Grand Lake on Monday afternoon. The alum is hoped to deactivate phosphorous, blue-green algae's main food source. Official results are expected in September.
GRAND LAKE - The $5 million alum treatment on Grand Lake that ended Monday wasn't a whole lake treatment as state officials had touted.
Bethany McCorkle, ODNR spokeswoman, said just the 4,936-acre center of the lake got alum, the same area as last year. [More