Alternative energy from algae bricks
This year I’ve had the biggest battle ever with pond scum. Thanks to a willow tree growing on the banks of the irrigation pond, the algae have an abundance of food from the decomposing leaves, and they are multiplying ferociously. Whatever their nutrient or energy value, the algae are certainly a renewable source of something.
After scooping out pond muck by the bucketful for days on end, I decided to find out not only what to do about
the pond scum, but also what to do with
I know algae is being used as an alternative biofuel
, so why not Continue reading »