Blue green algae blooms (cyanobacteria) are gaining a lot of attention as more people become aware of the issues on Lake Erie and Okechobee. But more frequent and intense blooms are found throughout the US and these have significant impacts on lake health, lake use, economic losses, and public health. Dr. Pullman provides a view from the perspective of lake front property and pond owners and outlines what can be done to mitigate the consequences of bloom conditions.
60% of all water usage in South Africa is for irrigation farming. The quality of irrigation water plays a pivotal role in crop yields. Read more about how our Surface Water Team designed a treatment program for irrigation water that helped a local hydroponic cucumber farm increase its crop yields by nearly 20%.
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At Sigura, we are deeply committed to the safety of our customers and employees, and strive for business continuity at all times. We are taking the coronavirus (COVID-19) seriously and have a cross-functional task force that is focused on managing through the pandemic in a thoughtful and proactive manner. We remain extremely vigilant and are closely monitoring the situation every day to adjust our safety measures in line with the World Health Organization (WHO), CDC, FDA, recommendations from governments and local regulators.
We can confirm that as of today, our supply chain has not been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this context, we wanted to provide you with a summary of how we are managing our business to produce and deliver products of the same quality you expect, while keeping your safety and that of our employees’ forefront:
Toxic algae is hitting the news like never before. What is the cause? Aquatic plant scientist, Dr. Doug Pullman, has the answers.
The Applied Biochemists team is excited to announce the relaunch of appliedbiochemists.com. The new website is focused on helping customers find solutions for the toughest aquatic weeds and algae.