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This SolarBee in Armour’s Lake Alcazar is one of two solar-powered recirculating pumps that have been credited with improving water quality in the lake. (Ross Dolan/The Daily Republic)

Armour finds algae-fighting success with SolarBees, carp

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ARMOUR — Clear water. That’s been the result of using solar-powered recirculating pumps and a plant-eating species of carp to reduce water weeds and algae in Lake Alcazar, a small body of water in Armour.

The water is so clear the American Pointing Labrador Association will use the lake for its South Dakota Fall Hunt Test next weekend.

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