SeaStock solution uses Asparagopsis to reduce methane from cattle

By Brooke Littlewood
March 15 2022 - 10:00am
SeaStock managing director Tom Puddy said the licence agreement to commercially sell Asparagopsis strengthened the company's research and commercialisation ambitions, as interest in native red seaweed continued to grow globally.

A NATIVE red seaweed - found across Western Australia's coastline - is set to be harvested and sold as a methane-busting stockfeed supplement.

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