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attaching java fern

In a message dated 11/16/1999 3:54:48 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
Aquatic-Plants-Owner at actwin_com writes:

> > Has anyone ever tried using "superglue" (cyanoacrylate) to attach java
>  fern to rocks?  I haven't done it yet, but was gonna try.  I don't want to 
>  a mess if someone already knows that it won't work.  Thanks.
>  I have used a Arrow T-50 staplegun with great success.  After the plants
>  have successfully attached to the driftwood, you remove the staples with
>  forceps or pliers.  It took my plants about a month to get a roothold.  I
>  have tried it on rocks but it does not work very well.  :-)
why?  why go through all this trouble?  

i have grown tons of JF and have distributed to lots of people.  i just use 
shells, a small pebble or rock to weigh it down and it will attach itself to 
the wood or rocks.  or you can try a paper clip to hold it down.

tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA