Ok, I did a search for this answer, but probably missed it.
I was looking at homemade weed killing solutions and I noticed several times it was mentioned adding salt to "keep" the weeds from returning. It was stated "be careful where you spray" as the salt would keep anything from growing.
That's when the light went on !
Does all the salt in my pool, waiting to become chlorine, have any algae killing ability ? In other words, let's say two pools one with salt and one without lose pumping ability, would the salt pool stand a better chance holding off algae then the one without ?
I'm thinking the salt on the ground from spraying "dries" out causing this effect, similar to what salt water splash out can do to pool surfaces.
Geez, did I just answer my own question again