New laws meant to stop farm runoff from feeding Lake Erie toxic algae are a start in getting rid of the green slime, a farming official said.
But more work is needed, said Jerry Bambauer, chairman of the Ohio Soybean Council.
That’s why farming organizations are working with the Ohio State University to study how phosphorous from the fertilizer they spread on Continue reading Official: Laws a start, but more needed to stop algae
On Holly Madison’s adorable baby special Holly Has a Baby on E!, she told her friend the doctors were going to stick seaweed in her vagina to induce labor. That didn’t sound right, but it turns out this is actually something that happens in hospitals. Though, it is a little more involved than that statement may make it out to be. Continue reading Are they putting “seaweed” into vagina to induce labor?
It might be the bane of pools, lakes and rivers across the world, but for one Florida-based company, algae could be the next big thing when it comes to clean energy. Continue reading Could algae save the world?
[USA] In response to increased demand for harmful algal bloom information and data, beginning today, NOAA researchers, and their Continue reading NOAA, partners start early season forecast updates for Lake Erie harmful algal blooms