Mushroom attachment?

fab1971

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My jawbreaker was detached during shipping so I placed in a tupperware with some rock rubble. After a couple of days I took it out to glue but unfortunately it fell on the floor and seperated from the rubble once again. How long am I supposed to keep it in the tupperware so it can attach properly? This time I'll try not to drop it :sad::sad::sad:
 
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Low flow with some rubble or crushed coral for it to grab on. Most shrooms will grab on in a couple days, but word on that one is that they are slow growing - hopefully not slow to attach! If it grabs onto a small piece, you can use the small piece to glue it to another larger one. Let it then sit until the entire foot is attached. Good luck.
 

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