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Economic value and exploiting approaches of sea asparagus, a seawater-irrigated vegetable

DOI: 10.4236/as.2013.49B007, PP. 40-44

Keywords: Sea Asparagus, Seawater-Irrigated Vegetable, Economic Value, Exploiting Approaches, Bio-Salt

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Sea asparagus is a newly emerging seawater-irrigated vegetable. Firstly, the economic value of sea asparagus was introduced, and then, someexploiting approaches of sea asparagus werefully reviewed. The exploiting approaches mainly include fresh vegetable, pickle, bio-salt, health-care products, animal feed, vegetable oil, bio-diesel and skin-care products.

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