Category Archives: edible plants

watercress

Watercress has been cultured and harvested for hundreds of years in many countries around the world. Perhaps due to its familiarity it has been almost ignored as an aquacultural crop – it is seen simply as another species suitable for … Continue reading

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duckweed

The potential of duckweed as a high-protein feed resource has been reported here previously. Bui Xuan Men, Brian Ogle, and T R Preston have published research findings entitled Use of restricted broken rice in duckweed based diets for fattening Common … Continue reading

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culturing red seaweeds in Brazil

In Weeds to Wealth, the Equator Initiative reports on case studies of growing red seaweeds in Brazil. The Equator Initiative is a partnership bringing together the United Nations, civil society, business, governments and communities to help build the capacity and … Continue reading

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Wasabia japonica – a grower’s story part III

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Wasabia japonica – a grower’s story part II

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