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GSP fraging

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I'm looking to frag my emerald GSP, it's growing pretty well and spreading well. Just popped into the waterzoo today, chatting to one of the chaps in there, he was saying you can just pull it apart? Seems pretty easy but not sure if it will damage it? Does anyone have any experience of fraging GSP.
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This is the bit I want to frag it's not growing over anything

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Reply #2

Just rip a chunk of you will not hurt it as it's virtually bullet proof.

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Ok Cheers, will do it later, never fragged anything before.
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Reply #4

I've used a craft knife to cut pieces off mine.  Other bit have ripped off.  Doesn't seem to matter.

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Thanks HK I just sliced a few pieces off with a Stanley blade.
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Reply #6

Virtually bullet proof until gha takes over..  my gsp has gone : ( the hair algae starved it and the mat eventually broke up and i now have none! Shame coz it was the brightest gsp ive seen

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