Artemia grows in salty lakes, is used as a food in fish farming. The food is handy because it can be stored for many years. Artemia eggs are put into salt water when desired, larvae are obtained and these larvae are given as feed to other fish larvae in the first days of feeding of fish larvae is used.
There are many procedures during the use of Artemia. These are, respectively, hydration, decapsulation(if necessary), cracking, harvesting and enrichment (if necessary).
The eggs are washed with fresh water and left in fresh water for one hour. This process is called hydration.
Artemia eggs are called softening and thinning of the skin and the process of decapsulation, which allows the larvae to be removed easily.