Le réservoir d'irrigation de Mishmar Haemeq (10 ha, ~ 25 acres) dans le nord d'Israël a été traité plus tôt cette semaine avec Lake Guard Blue à un taux de 10 kg/ha avec des résultats immédiats.
La distribution spatiale parfaite des granules flottants à libération temporelle autour des agrégats cyanobactériens, visibles sur le côté droit, contribue à la capacité du Lake Guard à réduire la prolifération toxique avec une précision chirurgicale, en utilisant une dose record sans limitation de taille.
À leur tour, les algues vertes non toxiques prennent le relais de la niche écologique et remplissent leur rôle compétitif naturel de remédiateur biologique, contribuant à la longévité du traitement.

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