[USA] Charlotte Huntley’s vision of a more organic Southwest Florida started during one of the red tide algae blooms that have plagued Gulf-front communities for a decade. Continue reading Putting sea debris to a new use
[USA] All waterfront activities, including swimming and boating, were canceled last weekend at Lakeside, a popular summertime resort on Lake Erie, after high levels of toxic algae were detected in the water. Continue reading How long until Lake Erie's algae problems affect tourism?
[Global] Research suggests omega-3s can reduce the risk of cardiovascular and autoimmune diseases. Fortunately, products Continue reading Vesanto Melina: Getting your omega-3s
[Netherlands] The nutrition, growing media, turf seed and plant protection providers to the turf industry includes details in the guide of recommended period of use, directions for use and application rates. Products such as Greenmaster, Sierrablen and ProTurf fertilizers, the H2Pro range of Continue reading Everris/ICL catalogue features Seaweed Fertilizers – SeaMax and Roundup ProVantage
[Australia] Ultimately, all of the oil we use to power our modern lives comes from living creatures such as algae – albeit ones that lived 3.5 billion years ago, before gradually morphing into fossil fuel. Continue reading Sustainable oil from algae: the technology is ready, but what about the politics?
[USA] Green shoots of recovery are sprouting up throughout the Indian River Lagoon.
A three-year, $110,000 experiment has offered hints of hope that the lagoon’s seagrass can recover from a freefall, triggered by a 100-mile-long algae bloom Continue reading Seagrass hints at Indian River Lagoon rebound