Food Security

Is the answer to land-based agriculture found in the ocean?

Products derived from seaweed could have a major impact on global food systems and help fight climate change

Kathryn Saducas

Caroline Slootweg

Co-Founder, CCO/CMO, Kelp Blue

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Using seaweed in agriculture influences plant development, which leads to improved crop harvests and yields
Using seaweed in agriculture influences plant development, which leads to improved crop harvests and yields

Products derived from seaweed can be excellent alternatives to chemical fertiliser in agriculture
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