Gregg Holshouser’s Outdoors Column | Algae plagues anglers- Myrtle Beach Sun News

Dr. Erik Sotka, Associate Professor of Biology at the College of Charleston and noted algae expert, weighed in on the subject.

“Polysiphonia and ulva will bloom after the fishes and crabs stop feeding, usually by January,” Sotka said. “They will start to disappear by spring, when the waters get warm enough for feeding to increase.”


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