After explosive growth, the winged kelp is the first one to be harvestedRead More
Both sugar kelp and winged kelp are developing very fast.
Here, we monitor the changes - especially the winged kelp (Alaria esculenta) is soon ready to harvestRead More
After a long wait during the winter, we can finally report the first growth of our seaweeds at the farm.Read More
Now the farm is installed - the seeding of cultivation ropes is next...Read More
Now TANGO Seaweed is ‘on the map’! – Both our cultivation licenses in Herøy municipality are now part of the aquaculture catalogue – seaweed cultivations are indicated by green plant symbols.Read More
Midwinter, preferably December and January, is the right time to collect parent sugar kelp blades which at that time have formed sori (areas full of spores, the kelp’s propagules).Read More