Valorisation of waste streams from by-product to worm biomass
Publisher: Wageningen University
<p>There is a global demand for more feed resources to keep up with the increasing production of livestock. The hunger for resources is most urgent in the aquaculture sector, which to a large degree depends on the non-sustainable use of fish oil/ meal from wild fish. Aq...
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