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Sustainable cultivation of seaweed – SUSCULT project

The sister project of GRASS, SUSCULT (sustainable cultivation of seaweed) has been approved and will complement the GRASS project in the following aspects:

  • expanding the legal analysis done in the Baltic Sea region to the other Nordic countries, some of which have more experience in seaweed cultivation (linked to WP3 of GRASS)
  • PPs of SUSCULT will do some actual growth experiments and data collection of growth potential of different seaweed in the different countries (information will be included in the WP2 of GRASS).

SUSCULT runs for the duration of 2020 and has the following project partners:

Finnish Environment Instutue SYKE (lead)
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
University of Tartu
University of Agder
University Centre of the Westfjords
Technical University of Denmark.

The SUSCULT project is funded by: Nordic Working Group for Oceans and Coastal Areas.

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Status 24.04.2020.

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