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We have an LFS here that has a display tank that has a moss carpet that is inches thick, it looks pretty much like a hedge, it's dense and it's neat. The tank has been that way for years.

However from reading around, it seems like a moss carpet can be problematic and hard to maintain long term. It traps detritus and uneaten food. When it gets too thick bottom could die and etc. Or they don't always carpet properly.

Personally I don't have the best luck with moss, despite its reputation being an easy plant. However this time I can dedicate a set up just for it. My only problem is temperature, it will be hard for me to go below 28 deg C without a chiller.

I would like to know what is your experience on this, method, maintenance, how long do you keep it and etc. Picture would be nice too.

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