Seaweed

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Disgrifiad

Adam Walton dives into the world of seaweed. With over 250 large species growing in UK waters it’s actually a really important part of the marine ecosystem. And it’s important in many other ways too… for centuries it’s been used as food, animal fodder and fertiliser. In recent years it’s has been side-lined as slimy, smelly and generally uncool but now, with the seaweed industry growing at nearly six percent a year, seaweed is making a comeback. In this week's Science Café we explore the fascinating qualities of seaweed – from its carbon neutralising abilities to its culinary status as a superfood and delicacy.

Cyfnod02 Hyd 2022

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  • TeitlSeaweed
    Graddau amlygrwyddCenedlaethol
    Enw cyfrwng / allfaBBC
    Math y cyfrwngRadio
    Gwlad/TiriogaethTeyrnas Unedig Prydain Fawr a Gogledd Iwerddon
    Dyddiad cyhoeddi02 Hyd 2022
    DisgrifiadAdam Walton dives into the world of seaweed. With over 250 large species growing in UK waters it’s actually a really important part of the marine ecosystem. And it’s important in many other ways too… for centuries it’s been used as food, animal fodder and fertiliser. In recent years it’s has been side-lined as slimy, smelly and generally uncool but now, with the seaweed industry growing at nearly six percent a year, seaweed is making a comeback. In this week's Science Café we explore the fascinating qualities of seaweed – from its carbon neutralising abilities to its culinary status as a superfood and delicacy.
    Cynhyrchydd / AwdurAdam Walton
    URLhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001cdjd
    UnigolionJoe Gallagher
  • TeitlSeaweed
    Enw cyfrwng / allfaRadio Wales
    Math y cyfrwngRadio
    Dyddiad cyhoeddi02 Hyd 2022
    DisgrifiadAdam Walton dives into the world of seaweed. With over 250 large species growing in UK waters it’s actually a really important part of the marine ecosystem.
    URLhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001cdjd
    UnigolionJessica Adams