Theplatymaster Posted March 14 Share Posted March 14 (edited) A while ago i made a thread about trying to grow terrestrial mosses submerged. naturally based on how i phrased it, and because that was 1week in, there was pushback. I now have real results of this experiment after a month or two. Here is a picture of the moss i was experimenting on: and here is a picture after a month or two of the moss growing submerged (all the bright green tendrils are new and submerged, though they dont show up well in the picture) : so what looks like the fuzzy tendrils on the moss are the new aquatic growth. this post will probably also get pushbacks, i will disclaim it by saying i am just sharing my experience with this moss. (im unsure what species it is, maybe someone can help me with that based on the first picture). @Lacey Grantyou were wondering about this. ill say that this may not be worth it to people based on the time it takes, however for me it was 2 things. 1.i have an interest in bilology so it was interesting for me to watch it and 2.i have a rather strict budget, but have plenty of time. Edited March 16 by Theplatymaster 4 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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