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Thread: This pond could use a little BBB...

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    dattia's Avatar
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    This pond could use a little BBB...

    Any thoughts on what may have happened here?

    http://easthampton.patch.com/articles/t ... to-6842899
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    Re: This pond could use a little BBB...

    Looks like my pool around April 1st this year!
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    Re: This pond could use a little BBB...

    Most likely an algae bloom.
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    Re: This pond could use a little BBB...

    I agree Jason.
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