Two prominent Norwegian aquaculture companies have partnered with the SINTEF Marine Research Institute to establish a unique farm designed to use the waste produced by salmon to promote salmon growth and health . kelp.
This experimental aquaculture farm in Norland County is designed to grow salmon and kelp nearby. The advantage of this particular setup is that the feces and waste produced by the salmon are made available to the kelp, resulting in nutrients being absorbed and helping the seaweed grow in a faster and healthier manner. not only can it be utilized to fortify cattle livestock feed, but some of its by-products can actually be used in salmon feed, making it a mutually beneficial arrangement.
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