Seaweed crops are the fastest-growing component in the world of agriculture. It gives us a wide range of important advantages such as; CO2 extraction, development and maintain aquatic life, biofuel, improve soil quality, and also nutritious food.


This mainly helps us in grappling with a planet-threatening problem, which is climate change. The main issue in it is the disruption of the carbon cycle by humans in a huge manner and it is advancing this planet towards destruction.

This is a degenerative process where the oceans are to be cultivated with seaweed. There are vast areas of ocean area on the planet for this. To make this process more effective, the seaweed can be grown on a renewable platform which could adjust the depth of the seaweed since it needs sunlight, it should start being closest to the surface and it sinks down as it grows and gets heavier.

The ‘Brown seaweed’, is known to be the fastest-growing plant on the planet. It grows around half a meter per day. That rate of growth entraps a huge amount of carbon dioxide. Scientists have measured it to be ‘thousands of tons per square kilometer per year.

Also, it helps to restore the alkalinity of the waters while draining the acidity, which will help the corals and the shellfish to thrive.

This decade is a crucial decade for the whole planet which is on the brink of destruction. Natural disasters are expanding and advancing every time they occur. The oceans are the most acquired space on this planet, so aquaculture is an advantageous and very promising effort in bringing the carbon levels down and uplifting marine life.

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