I don't have a tank hood for now and I don't have co2 is it possible that I can have moss in the tank. I also want to keep some in a hang on fry keeper box. Is this all possible or I need a lid.or co2.Any help is apperciated.
You don't need a lid or Co2 !
Java moss is one of the easiest things to grow in my experience. I know people who simply put it in a bucket of water and put it outside and it grows like crazy.
It grows faster with good lights but I don't think you need CO2 and I'm almost certain there is no need for a lid with growing it or most plants for that matter.
You should definitely be able to put some in your tank and in a fry box it may not grow quickly (depending on your lights) but it will grow and shouldn't die.
Nothing to it. If you stuck it in a jar on a windowsill it would grow.
Would it grow faster with co2, fertilizers, and strong lighting?
You bet, but it'll still grow without 'em.
How to properly care for java moss
Step 1: place in water
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I have willow moss and java moss and oh my the java moss is growing way faster then the willow moss.
Thank you my cousin is giving me a whole load to fill up my tank. He was lights co2 and everything. The whole tank is like covered with moss tied to wood. Cant wait to start.