Modern Spirulina Farming Technology

 Seagriculture EU 2024

Noal Farm presents this meditation on modern spirulina farming technology – cultivating and harvesting in a greenhouse. The beautiful filmmaking is courtesy of A4F – Algae for Future.

You are already no doubt familiar with this blue-green microalgae that grows both in fresh as well as salt water. Like plants, spirulina produces energy from sunlight through photosynthesis. It grows and thrives in warm water alkaline ponds and rivers.

Spirulina is a masterful producer of protein, one of the most important components in a diet. Spirulina contains 40 to 80% protein content, and its growth rate is very high.

The protein in spirulina is grown commercially in large-scale culture systems for human as well as animal consumption. For human nutrition, it is cultivated in clean waters and under controlled conditions while for animal feed it is also grown in wastewaters. In commercial aquaculture, such as for fish, prawns, and livestock, spirulina either in wet or dried form is used as a complementary dietary ingredient.

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  • May 17, 2024: BettaF!sh, a leading alt seafood and seaweed start-up in Europe, has announced its involvement in the FunSea project, a collaborative EU-wide research initiative designed to advance the nutritional quality and safety of cultivated brown and green seaweed. This research project intends to develop novel, sustainable food products over a three-year period, by employing cutting-edge processing technologies and utilizing residual biomass from biomarine industries. READ MORE...
  • May 15, 2024: The 2024 Algae Biomass Summit, to be held in Houston, Texas, October 20-22, 2024, is now accepting speaker and poster abstracts for the world’s largest algae conference. Abstracts should be submitted by May 24th to receive preferential scoring by the review committee, as well as student registration discounts. READ MORE...
  • May 13, 2024: The Tasmanian Government is investing $4 million in the agricultural sector with the goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from livestock by more than 16,000 tons. “The TasFarmers proposal will use Sea Forest’s Asparagopsis SeaFeed as a feed additive to some 24,000 head of livestock in this large-scale trial to demonstrate commercial-scale viability of Asparagopsis feed supplements,” said Minister for Parks and Environment, Nick Duigan. READ MORE...
  • May 10, 2024: Dallas-based public charity the Cares Organization has received a substantial donation from the National Christian Foundation and ZimWorx to kickstart their newest sponsored project, the Eat To Grow Development and Upliftment Program, which aims to address food insecurity and poverty in Zimbabwe by establishing a microalgae spirulina farm which will feed 500 people per day in a sustainable way. READ MORE...

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