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Promoting sustainable rural coastal and island communities

Promoting sustainable rural coastal and island communities

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Published by Jim Hendrick
Rural tourism and commercial development in coastal communities
Rural tourism and commercial development in coastal communities

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Published by: Jim Hendrick on Jan 17, 2014
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Other species such as Alaria esculenta, Saccharina latissima and the high value red seaweed, Palmaria
palmata have been investigated with a view to perfecting cultivation techniques.

BIM has, for example, determined that cultivation of Palmaria palmata is not economically viable at present,
largely because the prices currently available for Palmaria as a food–product or for abalone feed are so low.
However they expect that increasing demand for Palmaria will soon be reflected in the price, and that high-
value end-products based on Palmaria will soon be developed.170

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