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Category: Nualgi Community
This category features events, tips, and contests surrounding the pond, Koi fish, and water garden communities that we are proud to participate in.
The 15th Annual Golden Empire Koi Show was presented by the Bakersfield Koi & Water Garden Society on Oct. 24th through Oct. 26th, 2014. Each year this event is held at the Kern County Fair Grounds in combination with the Fall Home Show. During the event we met many new friends in the hobby and had the pleasure of introducing them to Nualgi Ponds as an alternative to harmful algaecides for algae removal. In this article, we recap our experience and share the many photos we took throughout the Koi Show.
“The neat thing about being interested in Koi and water gardens is that you can start small, but there is no limit to where you can go with it. And, Koi people love to help others learn. I see this time and time again at various events
Our staff had an in-depth interview with pond enthusiast Christian Shostle who has taught us a lot about the benefits of understanding water chemistry and the difference in Japanese Koi Culture vs. American pond owners. We wanted to relay what we learned in our conversations with our blog audience, enjoy and please leave a comment for Christian.
When and where Nualgi will be available to buy at my Local Store? In response to this question, we have just established a program with special pricing and a no-fuss return policy, but we need your help to get the word out! If you tell your Local Pond & Garden Store about Nualgi and they make a purchase, we will send you a free 125 ml bottle as a reward! Learn how you can claim your free 125 ml bottle in this article.
We attended the 23rd annual koi and water garden show in Bothell, WA on Sept. 5- Sept. 7th to learn more about the society’s involvement in the community as well as to inform the group of how Nualgi Ponds can improve the quality of their Koi Fish. All in all, it was a fun and educational time, even for the kids at the show! In this article, find out some of the lessons we learned and the amazing people we met within the pond community.