Tag: Agriculture

[BlueGreen Water Technologies in EIN Presswire] Social Carbon Foundation approves landmark method of carbon removal from harmful algal bloom remediation

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM , March 20, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Social Carbon Foundation, manager of international greenhouse gas (GHG) standard SOCIALCARBON®, announces the approval of the first-ever carbon offset methodology to scientifically quantify greenhouse gas (GHG) emission removals from the elimination of harmful algal blooms. The Net Blue methodology, developed by BlueGreen Water Technologies (BlueGreen), eliminates harmful algal blooms and sequesters carbon dioxide (CO2) in fresh water bodies. Read more...

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[CropX in PR Newswire] CropX connects to Talgil precision irrigation controllers

TEL AVIV, Israel, March 14, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — CropX, a global leader in digital solutions for agronomic farm management, announced that it has completed an API-integration with Talgil, global producer of irrigation control systems with customers in over 80 countries. Connecting the CropX agronomic farm management system to Talgil controllers allows users to streamline their irrigation management process without having to handle several different user interfaces. Read...

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[BlueNalu in Business Wire] BlueNalu advances strategic partnership with Nutreco to progress cell-cultured seafood

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BlueNalu, a global leader in the development of cell-cultured seafood, announced today the signing of a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Nutreco, a global leader in animal nutrition and aquafeed. Building on the success of earlier collaborations, this agreement represents joint interest in the establishment and scale-up of a food-grade supply chain for cell-cultured seafood manufacturing. Read...

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[Ynsect in Nature] Marubeni hopes Japan will snap up bug-based fish feed

TOKYO — Are insects the answer to the Japanese fish farming industry’s worries about soaring food costs? Trading house Marubeni is on a quest to find out. The Japanese company has signed a basic agreement with Ynsect, a French startup that operates insect farms raising nutrient-rich mealworm larvae, to develop feed suited to fish commonly farmed in Japan like sea bream and yellowtail. Read more...

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