Kelp wanted-New Scientist Magazine introduces IMTA

“Kelp Wanted” in the July 2014 issue of New Scientist describes the potential of seaweeds and their applications for multi-trophic aquaculture . The article focuses on the new revolution that the cultivation of seaweed could bring to the marine aquaculture industry, based on the multitude of products that can be obtained from it: from animal…

IDREEM partner Loch Fyne explains IMTA on BBC Radio

David Attwood, Aquaculture Director at Loch Fyne Oysters, was interviewed by BBC Radio Scotland for the “Out of Doors” programme and had the opportunity to describe how Loch Fyne Oysters, together with the Scottish Salmon Company and SAMS are studying the implementation of IMTA at the Loch Fyne salmon farm on the west coast of…

Canadian brewery launches beer made with aquaculture kelp

Picaroons Traditional Ales has launched a beer made with Cooke Aquaculture-grown organic sugar kelp, the Canadian beer company said. Called “Kelp is on the Way”, the beer is sold at the Brewtique in Fredericton, Canada. This dark and smokey ale has been brewed with a generous helping of real organic sugar kelp (Saccharina latissima) harvested…

Fly through a conceptual IMTA site

This short video, produced by Shawn Robinson, an IDREEM project advisor, shows a 3D fly-through of what a conceptual working integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) site may look like. Published by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans of Canada, the video highlights the key individual components of an IMTA system and how they work with one…

Green Aquaculture as Part of the Blue Revolution

Why is a Scottish shellfish producer stocking lines of seaweed among its oysters? What brings Mediterranean sea bream growers, Norwegian salmon farmers and Irish algae experts together? The answer is Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture, write IDREEM partners Richard Corner, Marieke Steuben and Adam Hughes, in an article featured in Fish Farmer magazine.The article gives a general…

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