Innovation in Seychelles turns seaweed into fertilizer.

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Praslin, the second-most populated island in Seychelles, is making better use of seaweed by turning it into agricultural fertiliser.

The business, called Seaweed Seychelles, will extract the organic matter from seaweed in a factory, and hopes to produce up to 8,000 litres of seaweed liquid per day.

Bernard Port-Louis, the owner of the business, said: "Once the liquid is extracted, the solid leftover of the algae will be ground into powder to produce soil conditioner, to ensure that there is no waste and all products are fully...

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