If many coral propagators tend to be secretive, Than Thein has always been generous with sharing what he has learned at his successful Tidal Gardens coral farm in Copley, Ohio. His latest video is highly recommended for anyone planning a new frag tank (or even your next display aquarium).
Matt Pedersen attempts to answer the question, “How can you find success and make progress breeding fish and propagating corals to sell into the marine aquarium hobby and trade?”
The new for-profit land-based coral restoration farm on Grand Bahama leverages microfragmentation techniques to grow corals 25-50 times faster than the wild.
When the population density of your frag racks becomes problematic, take a cue from city planners and build-up!
Aquarists like Samuel Nietzer are working around the globe to unlock the secrets of propagating stony corals en-masse, with amazing results.