Roger Tower at Nualgi Ponds communicates new techniques and methods to maintain a healthy aquatic ecosystem in commercial/residential pond algae control. Offering helpful information to the community, attending local koi shows and working with the Nualgi partner network keep him busy while out of the office. Working with small businesses to produce valuable digital content has been a hobby and career of Roger's since graduation. Roger studied Marketing Communications at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts and now resides in San Diego, California. Nualgi Ponds is a revolutionary pond algaecide alternative.
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Mastering String Algae in Five Steps

By Roger Tower / May 1, 2023 / 11 Comments

This article is an update of an earlier post. Before you can begin mastering string algae, you have to learn to recognize string algae in your pond. String algae is a filamentous (stringy filament) species of plant, and is most often found hanging off the sides of rocks or covering the water’s surface. It can […]

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Tips for Keeping Mosquitoes out of Your Pond

By Roger Tower / April 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

Don’t you just love it when mosquitoes turn your pond into their little love nest? Aren’t you tired of swatting at thin air in hopes of saving your shins from those bloodsuckers? Well, fret no more! With these killer tips on what not to do in your backyard, you will learn what keeps these annoying […]

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Pond Perils: Aquamarine Algae

By Roger Tower / December 10, 2016 / 0 Comments

Is the pond in your backyard or park an odd, blue-green color? Does it seem like normal algae, yet smells terrible? Is your dog trying to jump in for a swim? Stop right there! You might be dealing with blue-green algae, and here are the things you should be aware of. In this post, learn […]

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Protect Your Dog from Toxic Algae

By Roger Tower / April 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and your dog is relaxing in the grass after a playful romp in a nearby pond. But after a few minutes, it becomes clear that something is wrong. His exhaustion has turned to disorientation and extreme lethargy. A few minutes later he is overcome by muscle tremors […]

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