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Old January 7th, 2007, 10:31 PM
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Staghorn

Hi
I have a staghorn that has grown considerably big. Is it is possible to make two staghorns from one, divide it somehow? The staghorn is now growing from its centre and I have heard this is when it needs to propogated.
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Re: Staghorn

Partially answered here
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