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Old 07-14-2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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Any ideas? Beside the blender method
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scissors (Snip Snip) lol

even a straight edge razor blade
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When I frag mine depending on size I cut them in half or in quarters with a new razor blade. Then put them in a plastic dish on my sand-bed with a plastic mesh over it.
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When I frag mine depending on size I cut them in half or in quarters with a new razor blade. Then put them in a plastic dish on my sand-bed with a plastic mesh over it.
Alright, thanks mines growing like crazy and I'll be needing to frag soon
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What type of mushroom is it?
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What type of mushroom is it?
A green mushroom, that's the most I can tell you. It has good colors
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Mushrooms will reproduce on there own without the need for fragging, unless you want them on actual frag discs to trade or whatnot of course
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Mushrooms will reproduce on there own without the need for fragging, unless you want them on actual frag discs to trade or whatnot of course
It growing like a weed and I'll need to frag it sometime in the future. I can trade at my live fish store for credit too
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Normally you won't get much for trade on mushrooms unless it's something spectacular, even my 6" neon green hairy mushroom I wouldn't get much for at my lfs
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Normally you won't get much for trade on mushrooms unless it's something spectacular, even my 6" neon green hairy mushroom I wouldn't get much for at my lfs
It's not much but it's better it works. It adds up after awhile
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