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  October 28, 2020
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Bio-Kerosene. Transportation, bioenergy, specifically biokerosene, in the Philippines with byproduct feed-grade fodders and glucose syrup feed generated from piled aquaria blocks utilizing chemical and experimental green potash-grade guano from neighboring in the Palawan region of the Philippine Islands. Textiles, food and tobacco are e. g. commodities being traded in the projected international air and sea transportation hubs of Negros Island between points like Singapore, the West Coast of North America, Mexico and points beyond in South America. Soon-to-come will be the food co-op movement supporting the push for jobs and further industrialization in the island region.

SKYEVIEW: We are announcing new avenues for consultation using seagrass marine resources from new land-based horticultural production operations which we are recommending for island states like Singapore and the Philippines and in future Indonesia. Ask for our info materials to seek new opportunities and we will facilitate your linkages to these parties involved. The ff. industrial activities will be facilitated by seagrass low-lignin varieties as substrate feedstock: e. g. (1) hi-fructose sweetener by enzyme conversion of glucose syrup, (2) bioethanol fuel fermentation, (3) probiotics grown with yeast from fibre-rich feedstock in ruminant livestock feeding, (4) feed supplement in the way of amino acids (AAs) like HIS, (5) natural gas production for the electrical grid utilities from co-culture (experimental) of N. frontalis and L. cellobiosus booster; streamlining the current process from using food/farm wastes will simplify and reduce costs and inc. efficiency with these experimental methods. In particular we can field two (2) possible contracts for private parties involving (1) producing new XL grow varieties of seagrass as feedstock and (2) yeast overproducers from feedstock for AA production similar to the industry standard by cos. like Ajinomoto of Singapore. We ourselves would like to enter into agreements to consult and submit to transfer findings of information for growth, lactation and reproduction, use of such AA supplements in animal feeding practices with yeast carrier as an organic boost to farm organic production.


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