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Jungwirth has been yanking seaweed
from rocky intertidal areas on the coast since 1989 and selling it in a mail-order business, www.naturespiritherbs.com.
Aileen Ramadan, 41, a member of the group, said seaweeds
are a blessing to their community.
Changes in ocean temperature, light intensity and salinity can cause seaweeds
to suffer from ice-ice, a disease that induces whitening and hardening of its tissues and ultimately, adversely affects the farmers' crop yield.
then incorporate the nitrogen and phosphorous into their tissues to help them grow, much the same way nutrient cycling works in a kitchen garden, with lettuces thriving on a composted cow manure supplement.
As one of the world's largest buyers of seaweed
, DuPont Nutrition & Health (DuPont N&H) works to ensure its products are produced in ways that protect the ecosystems and communities in which the business operates.
(RP Energy), the developer of a 600-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, to allow several communities in Zambales to take advantage of the huge global demand for seaweed
In 2011, luck knocked on their doors and they got the first major business with the seaweeds
, after a buyer from Zanzibar offered to buy their seaweeds
Among the changes in the study of Pacific seaweed
since the first edition, says Cruehl and Clarkston, are the Kelp Highway Hypothesis of how humans came to the Americas, the discovery of a deepwater tropical kelp ecosystem that is yet to be described, molecular analysis realigning the understanding of seaweed
evolutionary relationships and presenting cryptic species, and the taste umami as kelp's gift to gastronomy.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Bladderwrack, a large, brown seaweed
rich in antioxidants and minerals, is a key component of the fecial care, body care and hair care products made by The Seaweed
She further stated that the seaweeds
are also being used in health care products like lotions, soap, body wraps, etc.