I have! I've got most of it now, but I've got to tell you, I've applied my Yoda translator to the first two little paragraphs and I'm still not sure what you're trying to say there!
"Moss tank from the tired and retired
Low-moderate lighting, does not regards to high tech
Crown set, revolution in moss industry
Spread of the masses
New species introduced
Past over done with
So you, sir, madam, you want to build a moss tank? Or such as want to grow a lot of prime mosses? Do you? Hmmmm. Well Iíve been pro at for a long while, I can help you success. You very excite?"
I set off revolution back in the day along with others in widespread of uncommon mosses back when there was only java and cherry shrimp.
Getting many mosses and mass propagation and spread through out the states mainly
Way back this was done i retired per say out of mosses, the post is not in regards to doing high tech
Crown set, just figure of speech/bragging, no biggie, but have been surpassed
last blob of sentences questions is introduction into doing it...
Originally Posted by SingAlongWithTsing
Any advice on which mosses naturally attach to driftwood?
i tried weeping moss for awhile (about 4ish months) but never really got it to attach to driftwood (even with super glue, only the glued bit attached)
start off emerged and just about anything
but start out submerged and off top my head fissidens and taxiphyllums are good, pilo moss, most mosses i've tried will attach
weeping moss will keep piling on top of itself making it very loose, also a very rapid grower, faster than most mosses out there.