A power failure caused by a corroded switch has led to the death of over 9,000 fish in the Biological Science Aquatics Facility at the University of Alberta. Read the full story here.
A top Japanese koi breeder and exporter is to visit England this month for a buyer’s event hosted by Koi Wholesale. Read the full story here.
Since the carp population needs to be reduced, most anglers will take any opportunity to remove some carp from the waters. Carp fight hard, and with a large fish on the end of the line, it can be a challenge to actually land one. Read the full story here.
A 30,000-gallon pond, which was once an in-ground swimming pool, is just one of the many water features you can visit during a water garden and pond tour in Wichita next weekend. Read the full story here.
....Also budgeted is $250,000 for improvements to Hakone Gardens Koi Pond. An analysis of the Koi pond during development of the Hakone Gardens Master Plan revealed that the water filtration system needs to be replaced for the health of the Koi pond ecosystem. Read the full story here.
It’s technically been over three months since the overnight disappearance of the many large Koi fish who’d long resided in the little square pond near the playground at the Petaluma Outlet Malls. Read the full story here.
ENVIRONMENTALLY damaging koi carp fish have been spotted in Lake Gwelup and the City of Stirling is on a mission to eradicate the pests. See the whole article here.
Local woodworker, Shawn Coles, has finished one of his biggest projects he has worked on. The owner of Silver Fox Creations makes creative and unique custom pieces, using some of the best wood possible. The recent project he worked on was of koi fish. It was a project which represented a lot of what he [...]
Tetra has launched a new range of koi fish food. KOI Beauty aims to support and promote good health for vibrant fish and includes the three products: Tetra KOI Beauty First and Tetra KOI Beauty Small and Medium Pellets. See Article
More than 300 art works will adorn the walls at Monmia Primary School later this month. “We learnt about koi fish in Japanese and art classes,” Miss Farrugia says. “I like how they are swimming around the plants.” See Article