Coral fragmentation is a method used in coral gardening. Fragmentation is a form of asexual reproduction in coals that occurs when a small piece of coral is broken off. These fragments are then able to be attached to a new base and will grow at 20-40x their normal growth rate.
Our mission is not complete without sharing our knowledge and practices with others. For every coral garden we create we will ensure that they will be maintained by the local communities. Teaching locals our conservation science will ensure a future for conservation efforts
Coral loss is not the only threat facing the health of our oceans. While coral restoration is our focus we want to encourage conservation efforts in every field.
By placing a charge through a steel bar we are able to create limestone covered bases for our coral gardens.