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sphagnum moss problem

by cephalotus-phyco » Mon Nov 19, 2012 4:09 am

i have a baby cephalotus that is doing great but the sphagnum moss drys up in some spots i think it is because it is in drect sunlight 8:00 to 1:00
in my window sill should i filter the light waht to you think i should do to help the sphagnum grow :mrgreen:

ps: the sphgnum like buns but the soil is still most and the plant does not burn

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Re: sphagnum moss problem

by Jimbok3 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:23 am

It is fairly common for the for sections of moss to dry out from direct sunlight and low humidity. The moss itself dries fairly quickly any way. I found using a humidity dome (in my case a clear disposable cup) Keeps the moss fairly moist. Can you post of pic of the plant and moss? :cry: , I'll be able to provide you with the info you need once I see the situation. :)
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Re: sphagnum moss problem

by cephalotus-phyco » Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:15 pm

Hello I am worried if I put a humidity dome over my ceph cause it might get fungus or mold
And I will take a picture to night and I dont know if this will help but the the kind of sphagnum moss I have is canaidian thanks. :mrgreen:


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