Algae are the red, brown and green seaweeds, and the phytoplankton which can cause algal blooms. This category is for sites concerned with the science or cultivation of algae.
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Algaculture
Information from Wikipedia on this form of aquaculture involving the production of microalgae, including growing, harvesting and processing the algae, and using it as an energy source and in commerce and industry.
Eucheuma spp.
Information from the FAO on the cultivation of this seaweed, used for the production of caragheen, its biology, habitat, the production cycle, production systems, diseases, production statistics, markets and trade.
Laminaria japonica: Japanese Kelp
Information from the FAO on the cultivation of this seaweed, mostly grown in China, its biology, habitat, the production cycle, production systems, diseases and their control, production statistics, markets and trade.
Porphyra spp.
Information from the FAO on this red seaweed, mostly grown in China, its biology, habitat, the production cycle, production systems, diseases and thir control, markets and trade.
Productivity of Long Ogo (Gracilaria parvispora) in Floating Cages
Article describing research into the cultivation of this edible red seaweed in Hawaii and the factors influencing yields.
Simple Home Algae Cultures and Breeding
Demonstrates how to culture and cultivate most algae strains at home, substituting some readily available items and homemade apparatus for more traditional laboratory glassware.
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