ireland targets 10m seaweed farming industry over

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Seaweed has been harvested and used here for centuries especially in Gaeltacht areas It has largely been grown and consumed in counties Donegal Galway and Mayo Around 40 000 tonnes of natural seaweed is harvested in Ireland every year and the industry today is relatively small estimated to be worth about €18 million

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In India seaweed farming brought higher and more stable incomes to surveyed farmers than did fishing Income from seaweed farming has not only increased the physical consumption and wealth of farmers but also facilitated their participation in social functions such as social and religious travelling (Krishnan and Narayanakumar 2013)

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Mar 22 2019Present seaweed biomass required to remove the nitrogen effluent from a typical salmon farm is much greater than small-medium seaweed farm operations can produce [approximately 1000 wet tons (Broch and Slagstad 2011)] and negative interactions associated with cultivation infrastructure (e g reduced flow) may diminish the overall benefits of

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The seaweed industry has experienced numerous problems as a result of the single nation monopoly of farmed Eucheuma (Doty 1977) In order to assure a reliable supply and stabilize the price of raw seaweed farms must be developed in several countries in more than one geographical area to provide competition which will benefit both the industry

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The seaweed industry has experienced numerous problems as a result of the single nation monopoly of farmed Eucheuma (Doty 1977) In order to assure a reliable supply and stabilize the price of raw seaweed farms must be developed in several countries in more than one geographical area to provide competition which will benefit both the industry

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Feb 17 2015Seven native seaweed varieties will be planted at the farm with an expected capacity to produce up to 24 tpy tonnes of plant material for the possible production of biofuels (Source: Scottish Association for Marine Science Others Aug 4 2015) Contact: Scottish Association for Marine Science 011 +44 1631 559000

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OP here Your assuming I'd stay in tech to arbitrage the wage gap to give altruistically You discount that maybe working in tech isn't what makes me happy (disclaimer: I like my current gig because of the people I get to work with but nothing is forever) farming seaweed from my 41 foot catamaran (now depreciable as a business expense if commercially farming seaweed) might make me happier

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The seaweed industry has experienced numerous problems as a result of the single nation monopoly of farmed Eucheuma (Doty 1977) In order to assure a reliable supply and stabilize the price of raw seaweed farms must be developed in several countries in more than one geographical area to provide competition which will benefit both the industry

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The company holds ten home market positions in and outside Europe and targets all market segments in the dredging industry It also has positions in strategic partnerships in the Middle East (Archirodon) and in offshore services (Lamnalco) Boskalis has a versatile fleet of over 300 units and operates in over 50 countries across five continents