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Re: [Aroid-l] off subject:: rain forest tree moss
From: "Bamboo Chik" <bamboochik at earthlink.net> on 2004.09.14 at 21:02:39(12198)|
You can soak hypertufa containers in vinegar over-night to quicken it
along. I soak the troughs I make in a large tub of half vinegar and half
water and am able to get mosses growing on them quickly after a quick rub
with some of my wetland woods muck. Keep damp and in
> [Original Message]|
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> Date: 9/14/2004 10:03:13 AM
> Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] off subject:: rain forest tree moss
> How old are the trees you have formed. It may be too soon to expect moss
> suvive attached to them if you have included portland cement in the
> construction. Hypertufa containers I have created take a while to leach
> the lime after creation. Once they have done that, just exposing moss
> to the surface in a humid greenhouse will be enough to get it going. It
> would also be interesting to hear of your creation techniques. I may have
> some mosses/Selaginalla that might work if you will contact me off list.
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