Mook Sea Farm orders Evodos 50 unit
Based on a successful demonstration of the Evodos technology onsite, Mook Sea Farm purchased an Evodos 50 to expand the algae harvesting capacity.
Mook Sea Farm is an oyster farm founded in 1985 on the Damariscotta River in Midcoast Maine, USA. They rear the American oyster (Crassotsrea virginica) from egg to adult size. The hatchery produces 80 to 100 million juvenile oysters (seed) annually for sale to other oyster growers throughout the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast, and for their own cultivation of Wiley Point and Pemaquid Point oysters for the half-shell market.
Mook Sea Farm developed a high productive system for growing microalgae which they use for food in the hatchery. After extensive algae harvesting tests onsite, they purchased an automated Evodos 50 unit to fulfill the growing demand for oyster feed (microalgae).
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Onsite Evodos harvesting demonstration