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Hello everyone,
I have a quick question.
I have a huge amount of pink creeping xenia
that needs major pruning and was wondering what
is the best way to do it? I have read to cut it close to
the base of the rock and also read to tear it away and most
will come loose. Will either of these methods cause a release of
anything that could harm my tangs or other corals? This is in a
24 g Nano Cube. I posted this elsewhere on the site (in the wrong spot,) so I apologize for repeating myself.
Any input will be appreciated!:
:fishRed: Thanks! Penny
 

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just cut them off at the base.these things r so hardy and once you prune 1 you will see how easy it is.good luck and as far as the release of anything. i don't think so.i had cut lots of them in my tank and nothing happen. but i never had to cut them in a small tank.
 

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okay thank you! these things grow like weeds and they have just about smothered my leather and some mushrooms! I will get to cutting now! Thanks again!
 
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