Blue-green algae spreads along Murray River
Thursday, March 24, 2016 at 10:15AM
Lynne Remnant in Water News

THE Murray River’s toxic blue-green algae bloom is expected to stretch 700km from Lake Hume to the South Australian border in just weeks.

In what is already one of the nation’s worst ever recorded algae outbreaks, experts say only nature can stop the bloom’s spread, through heavy rain and colder weather.

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