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From an 'underwater garden' Ash is harvesting seaweed to turn into lollies

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 21 May 2022
While living in Asia, Ash Sutton noticed "seaweed was just about on every menu". Since returning home to Western Australia, he's been working on a range of seaweed snack alternatives to lollies and jerky ... .
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Lobsters, seaweed and the effects of a warming ocean in Atlantic Canada

CBC 19 May 2022
... of the cold-water seaweed it uses as raw material.
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In the fight against climate change, seaweed could be a surprising — but vital — weapon

CNBC 18 May 2022
Seaweed is found in everything from food and cosmetics to gardening products and packaging ... .
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Startup aiming to reduce livestock methane with 'inorganic bioactives' resembling asparagopsis seaweed

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 16 May 2022
A West Australian company says its laboratory work is successfully produced bioactives that occur naturally in red asparagopsis seaweed that can reduce livestock methane emissions ... .
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COVID-19 Outbreak-Global Edible Seaweed Industry Market Report-Development Trends, Threats, Opportunities And Competitive Landscape In 2020

MENA FN 14 May 2022
(MENAFN - Nxtgen Reports) Edible seaweed are marine algae which are simple plants that dwell in saltwater and belong to one of the several group of multicellular algae, including red algae, green ... .
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VIDEO: Sweet Spot: Seaweeds Sweet Tooth Saves Carbon Emissions Of 300,000 Cars

Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder 13 May 2022
Scientists say that up to 1.6 million tons of sugar could be emitted by seagrass into their soil worldwide. The post VIDEO. Sweet Spot. Seaweeds Sweet Tooth Saves Carbon Emissions Of 300,000 Cars appeared first on Zenger News. Source ... .
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Seaweeds' Sweet Tooth Saves Carbon Emissions of 300,000 Cars, Research Shows

Newsweek 12 May 2022
Research also showed the amount of sugar released by seagrasses would be enough to produce dozens of billions of sugary fizzy drinks ....
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Filming the seaweed on the shore, are green some red [Nature & Animals]

Bitchute 09 May 2022
Go to the source via the article link to view the video ....
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Straus Dairy Farm’s Carbon-Neutral Goal Draws Near as CDFA Approves First-Ever Red Seaweed Supplement to ...

Business Wire 09 May 2022
... commercial use of Blue Ocean Barns’ red seaweed supplement as a feed additive for dairy cows.
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Moving to Dramatically Reduce Dairy Methane Emissions, Ben & Jerry's, Clover Sonoma, and Straus Family Creamery Sign Agreements to Roll Out Seaweed Cattle Feed Supplement from Blue Ocean Barns

PR Newswire 09 May 2022
Natural digestive aid for cattle is made from a red seaweed proven in trials to reduce enteric methane emissions by more than 80% ... In California last summer, Straus Family Creamery conducted the first commercial trial using the red seaweed (Asparogopsis taxiformis) on the Straus Organic Dairy Farm.
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Interview: Seaweed blighting Mexico's Caribbean coast amid global warming, pollution, says scientist

China.dot.org 06 May 2022
MEXICO CITY, May 5 (Xinhua) -- Seaweed is increasingly blighting beaches along Mexico's Caribbean coast as global warming, marine pollution, and the felling of mangroves and jungles take their toll, marine scientist Vivianne Solis-Weiss said. A brownish seaweed, called sargassum, ...

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