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Aquascape turf?

Discussion in 'Shrimp and Invertz' started by Farizal, May 8, 2008.

  1. Farizal

    Farizal New Member

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    :ehhh:What kind of moses suitable to make seem like carpet turf?Any suggestion
     
  2. Chadly

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    I think most mosses would work well. I would lean toward fissidens sp. I'd grow them on something hard thoough, like a flat rock or something.
     
  3. Pat7676

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    This would look cool anyone have a pic of a foreground full of moss?
     
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    Any kind of moss is ok, normal they use Xmas, java, java mix ricia very well anh quickly ...
    Use stailess steel net, cut pcs square 10cmx10cm tie moss and put on turf, add CO2, light, temperature < 28 is ok, after two weeks you will see the effect.
    The moss carpet good for shrimp tank. Sincerely
     
  6. Pat7676

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    Dougz that does look great!!!
     
  7. John N.

    John N. Administrator Staff Member

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    Christmas and Weeping moss make great ground cover mosses. I remember someone doing a foreground of the stuff and it look like the greens of a golfcourse.

    I have an adversion to Java moss, so I wouldn't use that species. Java moss always grows all over the place and sometimes requires more attention to look nice.

    -John N.
     

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