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Top 5 -yesterday
- CAN (ON): Greenhouse worker dies after electrocution
- Nils Foss Excellence Prize for Robert David Hall for plant biochemical fingerprint research
- Total agricultural output in the EU up by 6.2% in 2017 compared with 2016
- UK: Jones Food Company to start first harvest
- "Make a difference, not on price, but on quality, continuity, and sustainability"
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Top 5 -last week
- "Together you can translate innovation into an effective solution"
- China: Tomato price in Xinfadi Market drops by more than 20%
- "This spring the sentiment was 'build-build-build', but that has calmed down"
- Canada: MJ growers forced to look abroad for workers
- Conference highlights role of plant substrates in modern horticulture
US (FL): Nanobubbles remove algae
There could be a couple of reasons that create algae blooms. Such as nutrients, temperature, light, turbidity, stagnant water. In spring and summer, the conditions for algae are more favorable because there are more light hours and the temperature cause algae to multiply faster. How to resolve an algae bloom depends largely on the most contributing factors to the pollution. Popular and eco-friendly solutions are aeration with nano bubbles, the use of probiotics effective micro-organisms or a combination of the two methods.
Probiotics specialized in water treatment eat the phosphates and nitrates faster than the algae and therefore outcompetes the algae by occupying the lake or pond. The probiotic bacteria are aerobic bacteria and therefore enough dissolved oxygen must be present in the water. Nano bubbles help thrive the bacteria and can solve heavy polluted ponds and lakes.
The lake in Florida was only remediated with nano bubbles and high dissolved oxygen concentrations without the probiotic micro-organisms.
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