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Old November 13th, 2012, 11:41 PM   #1
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Question Kenya Tree Propagation

The Kenya Tree is easy raise and propagate. If kept high in the water column with plenty of light and target feeding your Happy Coral drop a fingerling or frag. These coral can also be cut at the branches and rubber banded to a rock or other object.
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Yes indeed very easy to propagate. They are one of the easiest corals to keep around and should be included in selection by every reef tank beginner.
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