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Algae production Applications

  • Water treatment for horticulture

    Horticultural and greenhouse operations are facing increasing challenges in dealing with sanitation issues related to water treatment. Over the course of growing a crop, pathogenic microorganisms accumulate and algae flourish on moist surfaces posing a constant threat to plants and produce. The main challenges lie the areas of irrigation water, elimination of biofilm and algae control. Existing biocidal products, while effective in killing algae, are not effective in removing biofilm from the water lines. The...

    By Applied Oxidation LLC based in Chattanooga, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • Algae bioreactors for aquaculture hatcheries

    Industrial Plankton`s algae bioreactors produce the base of the aquatic food chain for aquaculture hatcheries, reliably, and cost effectively. The algae produced on-site is an ideal feed for larval shellfish and shrimp. Finfish hatcheries also benefit from live algae for enriching rotifers and generating live greenwater.Using real-time monitoring, user friendly equipment, and datalogging, our equipment simplifies algae production, letting hatcheries focus on their livestock, and not their algae.

    By Industrial Plankton Inc. based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Algae control in irrigation reservoirs

    Control algal growth cost-efficiently and increases agriculture productivity.

    By LG Sonic based in Zoetermeer, NETHERLANDS.

  • Research and development in photosynthesis solutions for animal feed industry

    Corn is a popular animal feed, and is a good representative of the feedstock commercial market. Algae has a much shorter yield-cycle than corn, and thus significantly reduces total growth time (from planting to harvest) and also greatly improves total annual yield. That is, with algae, you get multiple harvests in a single year rather than just one with corn, while at the same time also reducing costs. Nitrogen and Phosphorous are important components of animal feed.

    By Phenometrics, Inc. based in Lansing, MICHIGAN (USA).

  • Monitoring of Algal Production / Monitoring of Algae Growth

    Over the past 20 years active fluorescence has been widely adopted by the scientific community, ecosystem managers and crop growers as a rapid and non-invasive method of estimating photosynthetic performance within a wide range of organisms, including phytoplankton (microalgae and cyanobacteria), biofilms, benthic autotrophs (corals, macroalgae and sea grasses) and terrestrial plants. The main rational for applying active fluorescence is that changes in key fluorescence parameters can reveal the early onset of...

    By Chelsea Technologies Group based in West Molesey, UNITED KINGDOM.

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