When the starfish align, one has to flow with the tide. During May aLandline episode was shown on ABC TV called Slimy Harvest. I watched a re-run of the program in the week leading up to the 5th Congress of the International… Continue reading Seaweed and algae are to dive for
On a trip to the Antarctic, nutritionist Rosemary Stanton discovered an unlikely smorgasbord in the icy waters: several varieties of edible seaweed. To her surprise, the stringier the seaweed, the better. “The tougher-looking ones… Continue reading Seaweed supper: recipes for a three-course meal by chef: David Campbell
Algae.Tec (AEB) uses proprietary technology to grow algae in scalable modules fed by CO2 emissions and solar power. The resultant end-product is a clean biofuel, achieving a win-win of carbon capture and clean energy production… Continue reading Algae.Tec Moves Forward In India
The Sudbury & District Health Unit and the Ministry of the Environment are currently investigating a possible blue-green algal bloom at Canoe Club, Main, Amphitheatre and New Beaches on Ramsey Lake in the City of… Continue reading Algal blooms: Avoid parts of Ramsey Lake, Health Unit advises
THREE villages in Macuata, Vanua Levu will soon reap the rewards of their labour when their seaweed farms mature early next month.
Acting principal fisheries officer Northern Joji Vakawaletabua… Continue reading Villagers to harvest second batch of seaweed
Seaweed and laver are not considered as food by many people across the world.
When it comes to typical side dish on the Korean table, many people would come up with kimchi first. However, things are different in Korea and Japan. There another side dish which is second famous following kimchi. It’s seasoned “gim,” a type of laver, or dried seaweed… Continue reading Dongwon seeks growth with dried seaweed