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Is asparagopsis seaweed a key way to reduce methane emissions in sheep and cattle, or a risky investment?

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The potential for seaweed to reduce methane emissions in sheep and cattle is being overblown and investors are at risk, according to one of the nation’s leading experts on seaweed.

Dr Pia Winberg is a world-renowned marine ecologist, who has developed Australia’s first commercial seaweed farm on the south coast of New South Wales.

Australia’s peak scientific agency CSIRO discovered the methane-reducing properties of asparagopsis



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