September 8 2022

Got Methane?

Asparagopsis Taxiformis

What is this algae you can see? It’s not microalgae. This macroalgae (seaweed) is called Asparagopsis taxiformis.

This edible red algae has been around for centuries. With high levels of bromoform, Asparagopsis is being studied by companies and researchers around the world for its power to inhibit methane production in cattle. Pretty incredible!

Check out this video to see Asparagopsis enjoying our algae PBR:

asparagopsis taxiformis

Interested in growing your own asparagopsis or other seaweed? Contact us and check out our algae photobioreactors.