Or Aquapicks... I always browse around at work during my down time and I was looking for cheap frag plugs when I came across [url2='http://www.reefcentral.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1215102':1ekkf9o3]this[/url2:1ekkf9o3] awesome frag set up. I had seen these a time or two without thinking about it but when I noticed the frag racks slap full of them it hit me...Â My grandmother worked in a florist for 40 some odd years. Growing up I was always in them and had seen these flower tubes before. I picked up the phone and made a call to ask her if she knew where to get her hands on a bag of these. She said sure, and that she would pick me up one at the whole salers here in Little Rock when she came up this past weekend. When IÂ met up with her Saturday evening for dinner she pulled this large clear bag and presented it to me. I now have about 100 of these and can easily get more if anyone is interested. They are ten times cheaper than ceramic plugs and dont have to be cured. In [url2='http://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/fragging-acropora-extreme-edition-video':1ekkf9o3]this[/url2:1ekkf9o3] article frags mounted this way are more resistant to infection;Â This is because the freshly cut end of the frag/polyp is continually submerged an iodine solution of the plastic vile. I have also seen people put sand in these containers or a phosphate reducing material or a calcium based material like in calcium reactors. I messed around with one this evening to see what all it would fit in. They will fit snug in a 5/8" hole. In clean egg create, they fit down snuggly too. In my frag rack in the tank though with algae build up I had to work it deep into the rack but it worked just like in the pics in the articles so its what I was expecting. The caps are easily removed and will mount right on any rock and will quickly be covered and un noticeable. Here are a few pics I snapped this evening. If you would like a few let me know.. I have a ton. I can also get a bag for you too if you would like to get some in bulk. Comes to about a quarter a piece.