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So my family has a pond in GA, and we have large carpets of moss that grow on the rocks that are occasionally full submersed, but mostly stays fully above the water. Would it even be worth it to experiment with a small portion fully submersed. Or is this an experiment that is inevitable to fail?

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I tried it in my tank and it was ok for a few days, then got brown and never changed to accommodate it's full-time submersion. I took it out after two or three weeks. Still smelled fine and all, but didn't seem to be a viable course of action.
 

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I tried it with moss that I have. I thought that since the moss that I have and grow has to stay soggy at all times to look it's best it might work. But it melted. In my case it may have been due to not enough light. I would like to try again. But my first attempt was a fail. :(
 
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