In the Seychelles, scientists are getting help from nature’s cleanup crew

An innovative new technique for cleaning farmed corals is giving researchers more time on the reefs and less time scrubbing. Inspired by nature, researchers in the Seychelles have found that by sending corals to the ‘cleaners’ before transplanting them to…

Inland DFS-100 ReefKeeper Saw: the new edition is ready for action

The new model of the Inland DFS-100 ReefKeeping Saw is out, and with a few new tweaks it is now an even more efficient coral propagation machine for the home coral farmer. Sent to us for review, this saw is…

Scientific research into coral farming yields new insight into the effect of flow, food and light

A recent scientific paper on coral farming was published by Zac Forsman and many colleagues on the effects of light, flow, and artificial foods on the growth of corals. The goal of the coral farming study was to see if…