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Preparing water for hatching
- Feb 11, 2018 -

Since brine shrimp need to be awake in water of particular salinity, hatching water preparation involves the success of hatching because the salinity required for hatching is only one-half to three-thirds that of natural seawater One of the simplest way is to use natural seawater and fresh water to 1: 1 or 1: 2 ratio can be mixed. In the case of natural seawater can not be obtained, it can also be commercially available artificial seawater in accordance with its recommended dose of first artificial seawater, and then mixed with fresh water. In addition, we can see from the above conditions that in fact, the salinity is about 10 to 15 grams per liter of salt, so we can also add 10 to 15 grams of salt per liter of fresh water to use, and the general concentration of washing powder Attached measuring spoon, each spoon can hold about 40 to 45 grams of salt, so two liters of the modified bottle of the incubator about eight points to add a spoonful of salt can be. All hatching brine formulations, if possible, are best measured by hydrometer salinity to ensure that the specific gravity remains between 1.01 and 1.02.