Algae blooms in Leon lakes (FL)

Plant growth and algae blooms are continual problems for the homeowners association. The lakes appear to attract algae as if they were magnets but it actually is just biology – combine the sun, water, plants and food and you get more plants.  The homeowners association has spent more than $14,000 this year to combat algae in the lakes.    Read the article…………


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