Hatching brine shrimp for aquarium fish in a propagator

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I saw this on YouTube and got interested as I have brine shrimp eggs to feed to fish (Lampeye killifish and a Betta)

These ones :
https://www.pro-shrimp.co.uk/fish-food/3550-waterlife-shell-less-brine-shrimp-eggs-100ml-5018438009347.html

I have the heated propagator on anyway for tomatoes, so put a tub of salt water in there and some eggs.  24 hours - just a few, but 36 hours and they are hatching like mad. 

Just thought I would mention it as it is way cheaper than buying them and you can just hatch a few, instead of buying a big bag of them.  My propagator has a grow light over it, but I am sure it would work without it if the propagator was in a lighter area than mine is.

The video is worth a watch just to see this person's lovely home with houseplants everywhere  :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLI9yEFE3v8


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