Article published the May 18, 2017
Seaweed cultivation is well established in Asia and needs little explanation/justification. In the western world, a renewed interest in seaweed mariculture has been triggered by their cultivation in integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) systems, the emerging understanding of the ecosystem services they provide (e.g. nutrient biomitigation, irrigation-less and deforestation-less foo ...
Article published the May 4, 2017
At the University of New Brunswick in Canada, researchers have developed a pilot-scale aquaponics system to select plants that are best adapted to efficiently recapture nutrients from salmon hatchery effluents. Along the way they’ve developed a novel substrate on which to grow the plants.
In many aquaponic systems, it is common to use a substrate such as foam, coconut coir, rock-wool or exp ...
Article published the April 7, 2017
Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) is a flexible concept on which many variations can be developed and should not be viewed as confined to open-water, marine systems.
For instance, Atlantic salmon reared for commercial use spend the early part of their life cycle in freshwater, often in land-based, closed-containment hatcheries before being transferred to open-seawater sites.
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Algae Technology Platform Americas 2013
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