Posts Tagged aquaculture

Coral Propagation And Fish Breeding

The home aquarist is often faced with a coral that is increasing in size and threatening to overshadow corals lower down the reef. To ensure the lower corals remain healthy they need light and it is usually not practical to move the overgrown specimen. It is easier to cut it,

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Do Aquaculture Tanks Have To Be Anything Special

Personally I think that there is a belief that aquaculture aquariums need to be some type of specialist aquarium which is designed purely for aquaculture. I don’t why I believe this and perhaps I am wrong but when I talk to people they believe that aquaculture is a scientific subject

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Aquaculture Farms Do Not Need To Be Large

When an aquarist or anyone for that matter start to think about an aquaculture farm they will probably think of huge establishments with exceptionally large volumes of water. From this ‘farm’ hundreds of corals and fish are grown and eventually sold. I think that this perception is due to the

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Interested In Aquaculture? Here’s A Great Book

Aquarists are becoming more and more interested in aquaculture. This is evidenced by the large numbers of corals being cultured by hobbyists which are then swopped with other hobbyists or taken to the local retailer to exchange or get a credit. Then there are the increasing numbers of fish that

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