12-22-2010, 06:38 AM
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Originally Posted by TheRummy
I'v heard about this method, supposedly you put down a layer of organic potting soil, cover it with sand or medium fine gravel, and have light and it's all you need. It sounds so simple and people say it works great. Have any of you tried it?
I want to grow micro grass, and moss and such, would this method work for that?
Yes,this method along with other's will grow plant's. Best in my view to select one method,google info on this method,,and stick with it as described.
Walstad method involves beginning with LOT's of plant's from the outset which is always a good idea.
Natural sunlight,or full spectrum lighting is also needed.Cram the tank with fast growing plant's and resist the urge to up-root plant's or re-arrange plant's until after the tank is four or five months old.
then you can prune,remove plant's if you like and replace them with perhaps other's that interest you and that will fair well with water parameter's and lighting available.
Googling (Walstad method) should produce desired result's.