I enjoyed talking to Addison Lawrence, a Texas A&M University System researcher, so much that I wrote a follow up blog about the potential new market for distillers grains and Lawrence's memorable personality and mannerisms."
would like to see a little faster progress, however. 'The first farm using this technology has the gestation time of an elephant [640 or 645 days],' he
said, adding that one should be in operation by this year or next."
"Good things come to those who wait, I guess.
Perhaps it's taking so long to commercialize the shrimp production system because it's going to be a super-duper success.
I sure hope so, partially because it's a good new market for distillers grains, and I wish Lawrence
team the best of luck!"
Information: Dr. Addison Lawrence
, Mariculture Research Laboratory, 1300 Port Street, Port Aransas, Texas 78373, USA (phone 1-361-749-4625, extension 223, fax 1-361-749-5756, email firstname.lastname@example.org, webpage http://ccag.tamu.edu/faculty-staff/port-aransas-lab/).