Solitude Lake Management came on Thursday August 18th to inspect, test, and treat the lake. Since the conditions were favorable (good dissolved oxygen levels), the algae treatment was performed.
From the report (also attached):
Inspected Lake: Observed elodea, lilies, unicellular and floating filamentous algae. LakeÂ conditions similar to previous visit with slightly diminished water quality.
Moderate filamentous algae remains in south end of lake, but over 50% ofÂ visible floating algae is dead. It is just sitting on top of moderate bed ofÂ elodea (topped out or just below surface). Lake green throughout, but previousÂ treatment seems to have gotten rid of trace blue-green clumps. North lake clearÂ of plants in corner but maintains moderate band of elodea and filamentous algae.
Some of this algae is dead as well, but has no place to drop out because ofÂ plants. Copper sulfate applied for unicellular algae control.