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Fragging Supplies Videos

Let Ryan and Randy show you how to frag and grow corals in your reef tank. Get the best techniques for fragging success and find out how the pros do it via our library of educational videos about coral propagation in saltwater aquariums.
  1. A Frag Rack That Looks Like a Rock, Because It Basically Is a Rock. Tunze Magnetic Coral Frag Rock

    A Frag Rack That Looks Like a Rock, Because It Basically Is a Rock. Tunze Magnetic Coral Frag Rock

    Looks like a rock, grows coralline like a rock, it must be a rock! The Tunze Frag Rock is a ceramic frag holder designed to blend right into your aquascape.
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  2. BRStv Product Spotlight - Fiji Cube Magnetic Frag Racks

    No More Coral Frags Falling Over! Fiji Cube Magnetic Frag Racks Save the Day!

    Protect those precious frags from wandering snails, urchins, and other inverts with the Fiji Cube Magnetic Frag Racks!
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  3. BRStv Product Spotlight - Maxspect Nano-Tech Bio Plug Coral Mounts

    Frag Plugs That Help Grow Corals Faster? That's What Maxspect Designed These Coral Frag Mounts For!

    Maxspect Nano-Tech Bio Plugs allow for water to pass through the plug material helping to improve water flow around the coral frag where it matters most.
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  4. Coral Grafting and Fusion by Justin Grabel | MACNA 2016

    Coral Grafting and Fusion by Justin Grabel | MACNA 2016

    https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/ Today on BRStv we have another fantastic talk from this year's Marine Aquarium Conference of North America located in San Diego, CA. Justin "Credabel" Grabel has over 20 years of experience in the reef aquarium hobby with 10 of those years dedicated to writing for the hooby, public speaking, and more. Join us as we watch Justin Grabel's talk: Coral Grafting and Fusion *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents disclaim all express or implied warranties, in any way, related to the products and their application as presented in this video, make no representation or warranty regarding the products and the application as presented in this video and shall not be liable for any direct or indirect losses or damages of any type, including but not limited to punitive

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  5. How do you remove coral frags from their plugs for easy & natural mounting in the aquarium? | 52 FAQ

    How do you remove coral frags from their plugs for easy & natural mounting in the aquarium? | 52 FAQ

    Today on BRStv, we have another episode of BRS 52 FAQ where we answer all of your frequently asked reefing questions from our popular 52 Weeks of Reefing series. This week we are answering John Phelan’s question from week 38: "How do you remove the coral frags from their plugs to get such a small coral to place in the tank?" So follow along as we answer today's question, provide some helpful insight, and help make reefing just bit more fun and easy for you and your tank. *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents disclaim all express or implied warranties, in any way, related to the products and their application as presented in this video, make no representation or warranty regarding the products and the application as presented in this video and shall not be liable for any direct o

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  6. Anemone Fragging Time | How to Tuesday

    Anemone Fragging Time | How to Tuesday

    Propagating Bubble Tip Anemones is easy, cut them in half and now you have two. It really is that simple. The challenge lies in the husbandry and raising these little Cnidaria up to be of healthy size to cut again and continue the cycle of sharing with friends and maybe even turning a profit. For some of you, cutting the anemone with a razor blade might seem cruel or make your stomach turn but quickly cutting with a razor blade or scalpel is likely far less stressful than the natural binary fission process that occurs in the ocean. Anemones in general are amazing creatures when it comes to reproduction. Depending on the exact species, they can reproduce sexually or asexually, via budding and fragmentation and then of course fission, a fancy name for splitting which is what hobbyists force to happen in captivity by cutting them. The following advice is best for Bubble Tip Anemones specifically because they are hardy and tend to propagate with this

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  7. Vertex V-Colla Voila Reef-Safe Epoxy

    Vertex V-Colla Voila Reef-Safe Epoxy

    Developed specifically for use in reef environments, V-Colla is noticeably thicker and a bit less sticky. We found V-Colla Epoxy easy to work with as there is less epoxy on your hands and more on the plugs - which is where we want it. Each V-Colla also comes with a set of gloves so you can avoid the messy hands. Disclaimer

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  8. Tunze Coral Gum

    Tunze Coral Gum

    we take a look at Tunze - Coral Gum and Coral Gum Instant. The Tunze Coral Gum is a standard two part epoxy that mixes well and doesn't stink. The Tunze Coral Gum Instant is a different type of two part - it is a softer, more flexible material when cured. It is actually based off the same material used in dental molds. Disclaimer

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  9. How to: Set up a Frag Tank for Stony Corals - EP 3: Coral Propagation

    How to: Set up a Frag Tank for Stony Corals - EP 3: Coral Propagation

    In this episode of BRStv, we are going to show you how to set up a coral propagation tank for stony corals. We'll walk you through plumbing the sump to the frag tank, explain what additional equipment we think will work great and give a few tips to help making your SPS frag tank a success. Disclaimer

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  10. How to: Set up a Frag Tank for Polyps, Softies and Amenones - EP 2: Coral Propagation

    How to: Set up a Frag Tank for Polyps, Softies and Amenones - EP 2: Coral Propagation

    Learn how easy it is to set up a frag tank for polyps, soft corals and anemones, some equipment suggestions to be successful and discuss next steps.

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