Red Tide wrecks W. Florida

Gigantic 5,000-mile blanket of rotting seaweed dubbed the ‘red tide’ which is TWICE the length of the US and can be seen from space invades the coast of Florida – as residents report burning eyes and trouble breathing




5 thoughts on “Red Tide wrecks W. Florida

  1. …. but the seaweed does stink to high heaven if it washes ashore and isn’t carted away. Rotten masses of it smell like a hog farm.

    It does make a really good fertilizer for a garden. I don’t know why the state doesn’t bale it up like hay and truck it to farms.

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