Blue-green algae and how you can help protect your customers from it

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This content is made possible by our sponsors. Click here to add your content. – Sponsor – The dark stains you see on roofs all over the U.S. and Canada are often caused by tiny cyanobacteria called Gloeocapsa magma — commonly known as blue-green algae. It’s a bacteria that travels on the wind and thrives…

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