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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    Wichita Falls, Tx.

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    My java moss in my 55 and 29 look like a bad afro, it is spreading out and looks great and the cory's and bettas like hiding in it, question is how can I take a part of it and attach it to the drift wood I have? Also if I get a small piece as big as a large marble and put into some declorinated water with a lamp over it will it grow, just curious might be nice to grow some outside of the fish tank and attach it when it gets big. Also thought about getting some of those craft sheets from walmart and tying some to it and growing a patch of it to put on the bottom of the tank would this work?

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    Across the great pond from the state of Seattle

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    Yes to all of the above....

    To spread Java Moss just cut off a small protion attach it to what you want and leave it alone....
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  3. #3

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    Living in Victoria, Canada; Born in Mexico City

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    My neons and other fishies thank you for your help!! - fishymommy   For the good health of your plants and their strong growth! - W_Oz   have a guppy, lol, we have about 60 fry - labnjab   ahh you need more gifts!! - The Red Severum   Why have I never gave you a gift?! - Tolley   


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    Yes. When the java moss grows out of the water, though, it will be very important to keep it wet. It cannot retain humidity as well as most other amphibious plants...

  4. #4

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    I think i'm doing mine wrong as well.

    When it grows it seems to get super dirty and might even be dying but all the while it only grows away from what it's attached to...never along/spreading.

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