Seaweed cultivation pilot trials – towards culture systems and marketable products

@inproceedings{Winberg2011SeaweedCP,
  title={Seaweed cultivation pilot trials – towards culture systems and marketable products},
  author={Pia C. Winberg and Danielle Skropeta and Alex Ullrich},
  year={2011}
}
Globally, seaweed is the largest aquaculture production by volume at over eight million wet metric tonnes per annum (FAO 2003). Mostly this production is for traditional foods in Asia and the commodity markets of agar, alginates and carageenans. However, there is also untapped potential in smaller, high product value markets for nutritional and health applications. This is where Australia's best investment in a seaweed industry may lie. Australia has a number of advantages and opportunities… CONTINUE READING

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