Study: Marine algae thrive when given sugarcane bagasse

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(Natural News) Researchers have identified a new use for sugarcane bagasse: Serving as substrate material for valuable microalgae that will be turned into biodiesel. They reported that the agricultural waste material is able to improve the growth and amount of lipids in marine algae, which can then be converted into biofuel. The processing of sugarcane…

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