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New weapon in the fight against blue-green algae

Blue-green algae plague at Lake Chaohu in Hefei.

North Asia is one of the world’s most affected regions by blue-green algae plagues. Chinese scientists have now found a way to contain the spread of the harmful aquatic creatures in one of the country’s largest lakes with the help of a new technology. This was reported in late August by Science and Technology Daily, the official journal of the Ministry of Science and Technology.

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