Breakthrough in the fight against zebra
Oft considered just a Great Lakes pest, zebra mussels
have since spread through major U.S. waterways to plague
numerous industries. Canadian researcher B. Richard Cameron
recently created a proactive, starch-based zebra mussel
solution that is generally nontoxic in aquatic environments
and can safely control fouling caused by the non-indigenous
pest. The starch solution is triggered by a non-chemical
technology; the resulting reagent interrupts the zebra
musselís life stages.
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