03-28-2010, 02:16 AM
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Originally Posted by kelly528
For hatching brine shrimp you need:
-Aquarium salt or any approved aquarium salt substitute (ie Kosher Salt)
-A 2L pop bottle
-An air pump, airline and airstone
-A desk lamp
Or rather than the pop bottle/air pump/lamp setup you could just buy a shrimpery from San Fransisco Bay Brand Brine Shrimp but even if you have to go out and buy the pump I find it more useful to have a spare pump around because not only can you hatch brine with it you can also use it for aerating the tank when you medicate it.
Anyways just youtube brine shrimp hatchery. Lots of instructional videos on ho to make a brine shrimp hatchery will come up.
thanks a lot for that but i was thinking of using a container instead of that bottle and would sea salt or common cooking salt be ok?