Farmers doing their part to fight algal blooms, expert says
March 21, 2018 by Fermont News Messanger
Gibsonburg, Ohio – An agricultural scientist said farmers are contributing to the efforts to reduce the phosphorus runoff that leads to Lake Erie’s harmful algal blooms, but cautioned that the battle must continue.
Mark Riehl, an agronomist with Sunrise Cooperative, spoke at the Sandusky County Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Ag Week Kickoff Breakfast on Friday at Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed in Gibsonburg.
“The phosphorus cycle and how it occurs is rather complicated,” Riehl said. “That’s part of the reason why this isn’t a quick-resolve issue.” | READ MORE