Seaweed farm

Seaweed farm

(dpa) - Marine biologist Klaus Luening looks at a dulse, an edible red seaweed, at the seaweed farm in List on the North Sea island Sylt, Germany, 29 July 2003. It is Germany's only 'breeding station' for algaes and seaweed and the algae production and marketing are tested in a project. Dulse are approved as a food in Germany, although only few restaurants offer edible algae on their menues. In France, in contrary, about 200 tons of dulse are eaten annually. Photo by: Ulrich Perrey/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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July 29, 2003 12:00:00 AM
January 26, 2013 04:10:12 AM
Ulrich Perrey
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Algae, Marine plants, Plants, Living things
Agriculture, algae, close_up, dulse, edible, GERMANY:DEU, HUM, Human-Interest, red, Rhodymenia_palmata, rotalge, seaweed, single
List, SCHLESWIG-HO, Germany
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