Uses for Duckweed Lemnoideae
Duckweed got its name from the plant sticking to the feet of ducks and then being transferred from one pond or lake to another as the bird traveled.
Duckweed Lemnoideae, Azolla Caroliniana and Salvinia Minima are often interchangeable is their use for livestock feed. Duckweed Lemnoideae is rich in protein and a natural food source for fish and fowl. Listed below are some of the uses for Duckweed Lemnoideae:
1.) Purify wastewater
2.) Algae suppression
3.) Inhibit mosquito larvae
4.) Minimize water evaporation
6.) Green mulch
7.) Fertilizer for fruits and vegetables
8.) Animal feed for livestock
9.) Fish food for aquaculture
10.) Eventual use/study for biofuels
Duckweed is impossible to count, Duckweed Lemnoideae can be purchased by the cup or the 1/2 pound, 1/2 pound covers 1-2 square feet
Duckweed Lemnoideae can be invasive, plant and dispose of responsibly!
We sell Duckweed Lemnoideae by the cup and by the 1/2 pound