Please help fragging

Discussion in 'Fragging Corals' started by Harry s, 30 Jan 2016.

  1. Harry s

    Harry s

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    Firt time fragging. From what I read I need to cut,dip and carbon for toxins. Can i trim off the sides ore must there be a stem? uploadfromtaptalk1454148177674.jpg
     
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  3. Zander Marais

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    I simply trim the sides off mine, then tie the frags to rocks using string. Within a few weeks they attach and the parent colony heals back to it's old self.
    Carbon is a good idea for toxins. Try to frag outside the tank if possible and leave the parent colony and frags in water outside the tank for a while before returning them.
    Have fun!
     
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  4. Harry s

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    Thanks zander !! Feel so guilty having to cut. Just thinking it could be painful for them. But thats why I'm not a surgeon and not making big buks.
     
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