would I have to acclimate it to move it to a different tank with different parametersI would remove the majority of the moss, and then just replant some of it in places that you want it. Either that or trim it very severely. Take the excess moss and either plant it in another tank or grow it elsewhere. You can set aside containers of water with lights over them to grow it. You could also grow it emersed. If you’re unsure of how to do this, I’ve written an article on it here.
You can do pretty much anything. I take it out of the tank, put it in a blender, and spread it on driftwood. I keep this in a humid terrarium for a few weeks to let it grow, and put it in my tank. You can tear it, you can roll it, you can do whatever you want.ok sounds good. Last week I started a thread on how to propagate it and someone said that you can just roll it up is that true?
A blender?! wouldn't that just destroy the plant?
so it's guaranteed to work right cause the moss is valuable.Moss can recover from pretty much anything. It’s not a vascular plant, but a bryophyte. Each tiny piece left from blending it will continue to grow on its own, growing together as a thick carpet.
ok thanks very much!If you’re super concerned, I would just split it into smaller clumps and continue to grow those. I’ve never had an issue with the blender method, but just incase it goes wrong, I don’t want to be responsible for it