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Watch for blue-green algae

Jun 27, 2008
Watch for blue-green algae Producers should be on the lookout for green to blue-green scum or a gelatinous mass on the surface of their livestock’s fresh water supplies. "Algae blooms cause major disruptions not only because of their offensive odor and appearance; they can be potentially fatal to livestock," says Roxanne Johnson, North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension Service water quality associate. "Not all algae blooms are toxic, but without laboratory analy...

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