10kg Bucket Artemia Cysts
Artemia cyst is the kind of wonderful fodder that is suitable for feeding shrimps and fish seedlings. After careful screening and processing with the use of the most advanced processing equipment and technology, our products have no impurity, but have abundant nutrition.
1. Product Introduction
Artemia cyst is the kind of wonderful fodder which is suitable for feeding shrimps and fish seedlings. The larva of the artemia cyst has high protein, thus it is a fantastic biological fodder of fishes, shrimps and crabs. After careful screening and processing with the use of the most advanced processing equipment and technology, our products have no impurity, but have abundant nutrition.
Grain/g > 300000, protein > 70%, lipid >20%, highly unsaturated fatty acid 15mg>g, DW ash specification 12%, water content 5-8%, hatching rate >90% ,impurity <1%
3. Product Package and Storage
The products are packed by buckets, and every bucket’s weight is 10 kg.
Keep out of direct sunshine to store products. For short term storage, store artemia cysts in a cool dry place. If you don’t use them immediately, keep the container tightly sealed to prevent the contents from moisture. Once the container has been opened, use within a few days time. While for long term storage: Keep frozen at (0ºC) -17ºC or below. Please under refrigerated conditions between 0 °C and +5°C for up to 24 months.
If you take the artemia cysts from storage, please keep 12 hours outside, then to hatch.
4. Product Features
Our products have no impurity, but have high hatching rate and plentiful nutrition with high adaptability to the adverse environment, so they have good fertility.
5. Instruction for Use
First, use the conical incubator, put 1.5-2g of artemia cysts per liter of sea water.
Then, make this hatching condition: Temperature:28-30℃, PH value: 8-9, water: sea water 2-3% ,continuous lighting : 1000-2000LX,; continue to inflate and keep the eggs suspended and rolling.
Finally, after 24 hours, the hatching will stop and the hatching is completely floating on the surface of water, and the larvae are placed in 200 mesh bags at the bottom of the conical incubator.