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Re: [Killietalk] Anybody used dessicent packets with BS eggs?
I just refuse to believe that the cyst are that sensitive. I have
hatched out way to many over the years to worry about it. Like I said
a couple of days back I open my cans in my fishroom twice a day, every
day and have for many years. I have always kept my open cans in the
freezer and will continue to do so. I mean come on guys this is not
rocket science. It is a pretty easy task that I learned to do when I
was 7. I am 39 now. Unless you have a very serious humidity problem
the cyst will be fine.
--- Wright Huntley <whuntley at verizon_net> wrote:
> "bgorton1" <bgorton1 at rochester_rr.com> wrote:
> > Given the recent threads about storing brine shrimp eggs once the
> can is open- has anyone ever used any type of dissicents in with the
> eggs while storing in either the frig or freezer?
> > Burt Gorton
> > Penfield, NY
> Hi Burt,
> Some cysts used to come with a bag of dessicant in the can. No more.
> think this is because they found an optimum storage humitity that is
> well above zero percent. Until the experts advise otherwise, I do not
> use them.
> Of course, they would do nothing to prevent the damage caused by
> exposing cold eggs to humid air. That is an almost instant process
> no dessicant can possibly prevent.
> Wright Huntley - Rt. 001 Box K36, Bishop CA 93514 -
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