Summer Pond Care Guide Released by Collaboration of Industry-Leading Experts

Published on July 30, 2015

Nualgi Ponds announces that it has released a new eBook “Summer Pond Care for Professionals.” The free eBook is a collaboration of expert advice from over a hundred pond store owners, koi champions, and pond maintenance professionals. Nualgi undertook this guide in orPR_web_nualgider to help pond owners troubleshoot issues and maintain a healthy, prosperous pond.

“Summer Pond Care for Professionals” includes insider tips for keeping pond water oxygenated, managing parasites, fish care and reducing unhealthy algae growth. The eBook also describes how to avoid common issues like new pond syndrome, removing algae too soon and oxygen crash.

Nualgi Ponds Director of Marketing Roger Tower is excited to bring together experts in the field for this eBook. “Each season brings something new for your pond. The same warm weather and sunny days that make you want to sit out by the pond also make the perfect conditions for oxygen stratification and depletion as well as algae blooms. We hope you can use these tips and information to help keep your pond healthy, happy and enjoyable this summer.”

Every pond is different and tips are not guaranteed to work with every pond. Nualgi works with pond owners for success in their individual habitats using natural solutions and provides dealers and users with educational resources.

Visit their website to download Summer Pond Care Guide.

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