Harvesting, Dehydrating and Grinding Sargassum Seaweed on a Very Small Scale
Sargassum weed has been washing up all over the place. Generally, it is considered safe to eat as well as being a good fertilizer.Start composting today - get David's free booklet: http://www.thesurvivalgardener.com/simple-composting/WARNING: There are places where sargassum has been tested and found to have high levels of pesticide and arsenic. This is quite unfortunate, as it's generally a great fertilizer - not to mention a potential health supplement. You also need to make sure your harvested sargassum doesn't contain other, potentially toxic species clinging to it. Watch out and be safe - and if you're worried, don't eat it.