New Study Sheds Light On Seaweed Farming Possibility

  • The study noted that the researchers have estimated that around 650 million hectares of ocean around the world could sustain seaweed farms.
  • The biggest regions would be in Indonesia and Australia, per The Guardian.
  • “Cultivating seaweeds for food, feed and fuel within even a fraction of the 650m hectares of suitable ocean could have profound benefits to land use, emissions reduction, water and fertilizer use,” the authors reportedly wrote, per The Guardian.
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