August 16, 2013

16/08/2013: Rouen grain exports; Russia to invest in deep grain processing; brown seaweed used in animal feed

Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds.
The seaweed belonging to the group Sargassum contains an alginate or colloidal material that can be used as food and in pharmaceutical products. This seaweed, which grows abundantly in the shallow coastal waters, is also used as an insect repellant and feed supplement for poultry and livestock. Harvesting usually done during the months of January-June is by hand picking. Seven (7) kilograms of wet seaweeds yield about a kilogram of dried seaweeds.
- See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
According to a report from the Seine River port, grain exports from the French port of Rouen, Europe’s biggest wheat-shipping hub, rose 77 percent on wheat deliveries to Algeria.

The total grain loaded for export reached 157,925 metric tons at the start of August, a rise from a previous 89,031 tons. 
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According to a report from Russian business newspaper, Kommersant, Russia’s United Grain Corporation (UGC) plans to invest up to U.S. $1 billion in the construction of production facilities to start deep grain processing to produce protein, amino acids and other sophisticated ingredients, used in the food processing industries,

According to the Department of Agriculture, the Philippines, the common brown seaweed is being converted into insect repellant and a supplement for poultry and livestock. Harvesting is usually conducted between January and June, with seven kilograms of wet seaweeds producing about a kilogram of dried seaweed.


Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds.
The seaweed belonging to the group Sargassum contains an alginate or colloidal material that can be used as food and in pharmaceutical products. This seaweed, which grows abundantly in the shallow coastal waters, is also used as an insect repellant and feed supplement for poultry and livestock. Harvesting usually done during the months of January-June is by hand picking. Seven (7) kilograms of wet seaweeds yield about a kilogram of dried seaweeds.
- See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds. - See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds.
The seaweed belonging to the group Sargassum contains an alginate or colloidal material that can be used as food and in pharmaceutical products. This seaweed, which grows abundantly in the shallow coastal waters, is also used as an insect repellant and feed supplement for poultry and livestock. Harvesting usually done during the months of January-June is by hand picking. Seven (7) kilograms of wet seaweeds yield about a kilogram of dried seaweeds.
- See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds. - See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds. - See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds. - See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds.
The seaweed belonging to the group Sargassum contains an alginate or colloidal material that can be used as food and in pharmaceutical products. This seaweed, which grows abundantly in the shallow coastal waters, is also used as an insect repellant and feed supplement for poultry and livestock. Harvesting usually done during the months of January-June is by hand picking. Seven (7) kilograms of wet seaweeds yield about a kilogram of dried seaweeds.
- See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
Unknown to most people, the common brown seaweed in coral reefs and often ignored along seashores is being converted into an insect repellant and as a supplement in animal feeds.
The seaweed belonging to the group Sargassum contains an alginate or colloidal material that can be used as food and in pharmaceutical products. This seaweed, which grows abundantly in the shallow coastal waters, is also used as an insect repellant and feed supplement for poultry and livestock. Harvesting usually done during the months of January-June is by hand picking. Seven (7) kilograms of wet seaweeds yield about a kilogram of dried seaweeds.
- See more at: http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/3FG4#sthash.Lc2qciHI.dpuf
A closeup of a small mass of sargassum weed. T...
A closeup of a small mass of sargassum weed. The numerous small round spheres are floats filled with carbon dioxide. These provide buoyancy to the algae. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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