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All the farmers, especially the farmers in the modern generation are interested in adopting innovative techniques to increase the production of their crops or to reduce the cost of production. For which either they follow the advise of agriculture experts or simply emulate the agriculture ...
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The country’s packaged food industry is hobbling from a domino effect after the Maggi mess blew the lid off flaws in safety checks, inadequate information on labels and the lack of a uniform national protocol for laboratory tests of products.
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I've just bumped into this.  Trent claims he wants this to scale to present petroleum consumption scales, and 5000 gallon/acre-year production values.  Let's take those as given.

The US consumes roughly 6 billion barrels (252 billion gallons) of petroleum annually.

Using GNU units, and solving for square kilometers:

You have: 6 billion barrels / (5000 gallon/acre)
You want: km^2
* 203961.56

That's 78,800 mi^2.  

Square roots will give us the length of this on a side:  280 miles, or 450 km.

Assuming you wanted to park this alongside the Pacific and Atlantic coastlines of the US, roughly 1,000 miles (1600 km) each, you're looking at an algae bag field about 80 miles, or 130 km, across.  I don't see his separation columns or freshwater supplies scaling out here.

The Gulf of Mexico might be a better siting location, at 1.5 million km^2.  Trent's scheme would occupy 13% of it.

You could decide this is too ambitious and scale everything down, but you're then talking about a vastly smaller output.  Even 10% of production (roughly:  aviation and marine transport fuel demands, on the low side) would require 20,400 km^2 or 7,900 mi^2, call it about 80 miles on a side, or 140 km.  Again, you could scale depth to keep the structures close to shore -- but you're still talking structures extending roughly 13 km or 8 mi out to sea.

The scale of biofuels operation is something I just don't see working out.

More on that:

http://redd.it/28k1w5
http://redd.it/29qk9o
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  • World Bank
    Consultant, 2014 - present
    Water Beam
  • United Nations - Food and Agriculture Organization
    Climate Change Officer, 2009 - 2013
  • United Nations - Food and Agriculture Organization
    Emergency Operations Officer, 2007 - 2009
  • INBAR
    Senior Advisor, 2007 - 2007
  • United Nations - Food and Agriculture Organization
    Community Forestry Officer, 2003 - 2006
  • INBAR
    Project Officer, 2001 - 2002
  • CAPART - Ministry of Rural Development,Govt of India
    Young Professional, 2000 - 2001
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Mr Jeeva (Jeevanandhan Duraisamy) is currently working as a consultant for the World Bank in India as part of the water beam team developing India Water Strategy in Low income states. He has worked for Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO-UN) Internationally for 9 years (2003 – 2013) based in Cambodia as Climate Change officer (4 years), in Italy as Emergency operations officer (2 years) and in Mozambique as Community Forestry officer (3 years). He had worked 2 years (2001-2002 & 2007) for the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR) based in Mozambique as Senior Adviser and in India as Project officer. He was adviser to the Ministry of Science and Technology of Government of Mozambique. He worked as Young Professional in Watershed Management for 1.5 years (2000-2001) with CAPART under Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India in Delhi. He holds a Bachelors degree in Zoology from Loyola College, and a Master in Community Development Social Work from Madras School of Social Work, University of Madras, India. During his studies he had interned with M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority for the UN Habitat"s Sustainable Chennai Programme, Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board and the Olfsta Kopertiv in Sweden. He has traveled to 54 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America for work and leisure.
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  • Madras School of Social Work
    Master of Arts in Social Work, 1997 - 2000
  • Loyola College - Chennai
    Master of Science - Zoology, 1994 - 1997
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