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    Dry start for xmas moss

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    Hello seniors , I spread thin layers of moss on the drift wood on the upper side, i did not tie it i was just hoping the dry start could make the moss stick onto the driftwd before i add in water. I sprayed them with cool water adding two drips of florapride (liquid fert)

    I have a 10gallon tank with 40watts light and a lower led light .
    No CO2
    Am i starting the correct way ?

    In the mean while i can have sometime to look for root tabs (any recommendation?)

    Thinking of using pygmy chain sword as the foreground and some other easy plants to make the tank a little bushy look .

    All ideas are welcome as i really need to learn !





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    Re: Dry start for xmas moss

    so, did your moss stick to the wood after flooding?

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    Re: Dry start for xmas moss

    Do try to keep the moss as close to the wood as possible would help.

    I'm doing dry start and trying to get Xmas moss to stick onto rock. 10day now.

    But I did chop up my moss real fine instead of using it as a whole like how you do.

    Following to see update!

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