[USA] An undergraduate research project has verified concerns that a cyanobacterial algae bloom in Oyster Pond this summer emitted Continue reading Study verifies toxin-producing algae in oyster pond
[UK] Hatchery production of bivalves requires unicellular algae-based feed. Producing the algae for feed can be costly, labour Continue reading Could biorefinery by-products be a new feed source for farmed juvenile oysters?
[USA] A year ago, Trevor Sande wasn’t thinking much about seaweed. Early this November, however, he and the employees at Continue reading Seaweed farming begins in Southeast
[USA] When you’re sitting at a raw bar feasting on oysters, the environment may be the furthest thing from your mind. But Continue reading How seaweed could protect your oysters
[Australia] Tasmania’s oyster industry has suffered yet another setback just days after flood-affected growing areas were reopened. Continue reading Tasmanian oyster growers take another hit as biotoxin scare forces closures
[Australia] Spring Bay Mussels said unusual environmental conditions caused the appearance of and algal bloom containing the shellfish toxin, Continue reading Spring Bay mussels recalled in Tasmania over algal toxin find
[Netherlands] The small town of Colijnsplaat, in the Zeeland province of western Holland, houses the first fully land-based shellfish farm in the world. Continue reading First fully land-based shellfish farm opens
[USA] The student will participate in a range of activities related to the culture of oysters. These will include culture of microalgae, Continue reading Insternship opportunity for students: Culture of oysters and algae
[USA] Let’s say you want to farm. And let’s say there is a crop that requires you to plant and harvest, but do very little in between. Continue reading Seaweed is easy to grow, sustainable and nutritious, but it’ll never be kale
[USA] Morro Bay – A massive algae bloom is here: NOAA scientists confirmed Wednesday they found the tail end of a bloom they’ve been tracking for months in the Santa Barbara Channel.
The alga is called Pseudo-nitzschia, and Continue reading Unprecedented toxic algae bloom now in Central Coast waters