How to frag Kenya Trees

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  1. Jaco Schoeman

    Jaco Schoeman MASA Contributor

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    Hi Guys. My dad just hasn't got time to log on and ask:

    How do you frag a Kenya tree. Basically his tree plit into two trees at the bottom. The one has already attached to another rock, but it is not splitting through. Do you just cut it? Please help - the baby is mine - whoooohoooo!!!
     
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  3. Furbz

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    just cut it off, i've done it many times with my kenya tree
    fragged it around 4 times!
     
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    just to clear things up. when i frag mine i cut off branches from the main tree then stick the to rock.
     
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    sharp, clean blade like a stanley knife blade - just make sure its clean
     
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    You can also thread a sewing needle with fishing line. Pull the needle through the base of the coral and tie it around a rock to get it to stay in place.
     
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    You can also put the one end in your substrate in a couple of weeks it will attach its self to it and then you can just supa glue it to a rock.
     
  8. Jaco Schoeman

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    Thanks guys. I appreciate it. So basically just tying it aroung a piece of rock would make it stick after a while?
     
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