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Seaweed as Animal Fodder, Manure and for Energy

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Historical records show that the use of seaweeds in agriculture is a very old and widespread practice wherever there are rich supplies. This involves their use not only as food for animals, but also as manure for the soil.

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  • Seaweed Extract
  • Frost Hardiness
  • Animal Fodder
  • Microcoleus Chthonoplastes
  • Fresh Seaweed

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Chapman, V.J., Chapman, D.J. (1980). Seaweed as Animal Fodder, Manure and for Energy. In: Seaweeds and their Uses. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-5806-7_2

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