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riveraXVX wrote:I kept a small culture of live sphag from a plant order in a small tupperwear container. regular dead LFSM in the bottom, then cut the heads off and placed them in a clump, randomly clipping and moving to fill up the container as it grew. kept it covered with random spritz of water/opening it daily for some air. and under a 100W equiv LED bulb/reflector along with our other seedlings/cephalotusClipping with the root system ?
the container sets to the back of the main light area and just gets the tail end of the growing areas light from 2 bulbs and it is the most lush red moss and needs a much larger container now. 100W equiv daylight bulb LED had really good sucesss for growing moss for us though thusfar! we have a 20G tank we will be using just for moss but unfortunately haven't got setup
riveraXVX wrote:well there is no real root system persay, it just grows...upwards I clip heads from random spots that are more lush, and then place them in other spots that aren't as dense - although generally it will spread and creep around on its own. we got our first 20 gallon tank setup and just criss crossed the strands we have and made grid patterns per some recommendations we received here. got new live heads popping up will eventually be a dense carpetDo you always put a lid on top of the sphagnum moss setup ? With 1 hour without the lid per day, maybe ?
yeah i have 2 left
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