Blue-green algae and its dangers to livestock and pets
This training session took place on Tuesday, June 23. The presentation, which can be downloaded, detailed how researchers make a diagnosis for animal death associated with algae blooms and also include a discussion of a current multi-agency research project in eastern Kansas, aimed at mitigating blue-green algae in ponds. Please note that this presentation is made available with the permission of the presenters, and is for informational use only. If you are interested in the powerpoint version in order to use it as a training resource, please contact the presenters listed on this page or KCARE.
For those who were unable to join us, a video recording of the training is available. For extension agents, these recordings can be found in the KSRE Resources Team channel on Microsoft Teams. For any others who are interested in watching the training, please contact KCARE for the video link.
|Identification and Management of Blue Green Algae in Farm Ponds||KDHE Bureau of Water|
|Healthy Cattle Need Healthy Water||KDHE HAB Response Program|
|Jar and Stick Test Procedures|