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how hard/easy is it to have java moss in your tank?
Supposed to be one of the easiest plant to grow. Tie to something and keep it trimmed so that the bottom doesn't rot and you shuld have a mass of it in no time.
do you need a co2 or anything? or do you just toss it in and it be ok?
Very easy, low light. Read here: http://www.aquahobby.com/garden/e_dubyana.php. Good luck!
Keep it clear of any algae and uneaten food particles.
i dont have any i was j/w cause at my lfs they have it in clumps in almost all the tanks and i was jw what it was and how easy it was to have.
Grows like a weed - literally, with very little care. It's really good for fry.
As has been suggested, tie it down. Looks great tied to a piece of driftwood.
Hope that helps,
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