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I've been watching this little division of moss in my ghetto highland setup, and something I never expected happened...
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Now begs the question what do I do for spore collection?
Part of is thinking 1020 with a dome full of peat.
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Update: Shape change and 1020 tray partially ready
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Spore launched!

Now the onto the next problem: algae. I do not know of a way to supress the algae without potentionally killing off the moss spores :(
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A surprise sporing from the same small batch of moss!
Augh I'll figure this spore germination stuff out 😤😤
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Very cool! I've never seen sphag sporangia before.
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