Microalgae: A new crop for feed, fuel, nutraceuticals

Blake, Cary
December 2009
Southwest Farm Press;12/17/2009, Vol. 36 Issue 24, Special section p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the algae biomass industry in the U.S. in 2009. It mentions that the industry could revolutionize Sunbelt agriculture, boost farm profits and help resolve issues related to concentrated animal feeding operations, despite the fact that the worldwide algae industry is still in its infancy. Furthermore, president and chief operating officer of XL Renewables Ben Cloud believes that the algae production will be a significant industry in the future.


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