Seaweed could unlock entirely new industry in the Bay of Plenty
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Slimy green sea lettuce is good for the environment and good for your health. "So yeah it's got huge potential," says seaweed biologist Dr Marie Magnusson.
The site is specially designed for seaweed and algae cultivation before the seaweed is returned to the ocean. It is now one of the most high-tech aquaculture facilities in the world.
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