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Author:  Netechma [ Jul 4th, '18, 11:38 ]
Post subject:  Submerged Java Moss and Sage on top of the system question

=SORRY= If my topic is in the wrong area. Hii I'm new!

I started a new beginner setup with some guppies.

I am planning on growing sage (for now) for consumption but I would like to know if I can submerge some java moss for the guppies inside the tank safely so they have some coverage without affecting the being able to eat/use the Sage.

I hope that makes sense and sorry for my poor wording.

TLDR Can I submerge Java Moss in my tank and not die from it when I eat the Sage? Thank you and also again hi!

Hope to meet many of you Mahalo! :wave1:

Author:  earthbound [ Jul 4th, '18, 21:12 ]
Post subject:  Re: Submerged Java Moss and Sage on top of the system questi

Hey Netechma, just wondering why sage? Sage tends to prefer things a little dry compared with many herbs..

Author:  Netechma [ Jul 5th, '18, 00:07 ]
Post subject:  Re: Submerged Java Moss and Sage on top of the system questi

earthbound wrote:
Hey Netechma, just wondering why sage? Sage tends to prefer things a little dry compared with many herbs..


This I didn't know. I was just going through what seeds I had and did a quick Google aquaponic/hydroponic search of if there were any instances of Sage/Lettuce and put them in 1-1 ratio seperated.

I think I'm "Climate Zone Number 1" if that matters but mine is an indoor setup. Barely any light but I got a grow light. It's ok if the sage fails from start but do you happen to know if Java Moss is edible or if I even have to worry about having it inside the tank with edibles on top of it or is my question silly?

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