|Australian scientists grow marine worms in wastewater|
|Thursday, 23 April 2015 15:55|
Marine biologists based at Australiaâ€™s Bribie Island Aquaculture Research Centre have successfully started growing worms in wastewater, which could drastically reduce costs to run aquaculture farms.
Up until now, growing marine worms has been a notoriously difficult task and purchasing them is expensive. Biologist Paul Palmer said to the ABC their recent breakthrough was a â€śworld firstâ€ť and good news for prawn farmers.
â€śMarine prawns need a very balanced range of essential fatty omega 3 and 6 acids. Because the worms are growing up on algae produced in the water they hold a very good group of fatty acids. Weâ€™re compacting that into the worms, and then the worms are fed to the prawn brood stock,â€ť he said. â€śPrawn farmers can produce food on their own farms to supply to their own hatcheries and have control over the quality.â€ť
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