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Thread: How tight should you tie your moss to driftwood?

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    How tight should you tie your moss to driftwood?

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    I recently just tried tying my mosses to my driftwood and noticed just only after less than 1 week some of my mosses are turning brown and already dying.

    Should I be tying it very tight?

    I'm just using Christmas Moss. Some of it are still green. Maybe 70% green 30% browned. Most brown seems to be around the very tightly tied area.

    My water temperature I tend to maintain 26-29. Lights on maybe 4 hours a day (at night) last time. But now turning on small light in the morning.

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    Re: How tight should you tie your moss to driftwood?

    Browning of moss may not be because you tied it too tight. But I try to go around them firmly but knots tied securely.

    26-29 degrees temp are quite far apart. Moss grows best at 26 degrees. Any thing higher than 27 degrees = turn brown also.

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