PhD student Emmanuel Falade has worked with Wild Coast Abalone, the 3rd largest abalone farm in South Africa and AquaVitae partner, to optimise the co-production of abalone and macroalgae in integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) systems. In this live webinar, he gave an insight into some preliminary results from this fascinating applied research.
Emmanuel Falade is a Nigerian who is currently studying towards his PhD at Rhodes University in South Africa. He is the award winner of the 2019 NFR/TWAS Doctoral grant at Rhodes. He holds a Master of Agricultural Technology in Fisheries and Aquaculture Technology from FUTA, Nigeria. Emmanuel is passionate about fish nutrition, environmental management and sustainable aquaculture practices.