I live on a large grain farm. In the fall semi load after semi load after semi load of corn will be brought to my house to dump on conveyors that carry the corn to different grain bins. When the combines harvest the corn, the kernals are separated from the cob, but a very thin tissue paper like membrane (we call it bee's wings) stays with the kernal. When the corn gets dumped at my house, the membranes (about 1/2 the size of a pinkie fingernail) fly everywhere and get into everything. I have to vacuum my kitchen about 3 times a day during harvest since the stuff flies in whenever the door is opened.
As far as managing the bee's wings, here are my ideas...
Keep solar cover on when not in pool and use garden hose to spray bee's wings to skimmer.
Use a skimmer sock, these things are so fine, I think they'll go straight to my filter.
I'm interested in hearing from any other farm families that have the same problem or if you have something that you struggle with every year like this, I'd like to hear how you manage it. Closing the pool won't be an option at this point since the temps will still be too high.