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Re: KillieTalk Digest V3 #66-hatching brine shrimp
Brian R. Watters wrote:
> Gunnar Asblom wrote:
> > If we use sea salt for saltwateraquariums there is also some calsium and
> > karbonates in this salt as well as other good stoff.This salt will
> > always be better than ordinary salt also for the tanks this salt is the
> > best salt.
> I agree. I always use marine salt for hatching brine shrimp and get
> excellent results regardless of the water I use. I have used RO water and
> hard tap water and the hatching results are always good provided I use
> marine salt. I re-use my hatching water for up to about 2-3 weeks so the
> additional cost of the marine salt becomes unimportant.
> The salt that I add to my Notho tank water is normal coarse pickling salt.
> Brian R. Watters
> University of Regina
> Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0A2, Canada
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I also use the hatching water many times about 5-10 hatches.
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