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Please note, in the peak of spring, it may take up to 48 hours for us to answer the many email messages we receive. A phone call to the shop at (604) 466-3254 is the quickest way to get in touch.

 

24565 Dewdney Trunk Road
Maple Ridge, BC V4R 1W9

604 466-3254

Grow & Gather (formerly Trice Farms Pond & Garden) is Maple Ridge's only farmstead nursery and garden shop, tending a full complement of culinary, floral, landscape, and aquatic plants, plus an array of pond and water garden supplies.  Shop for homegrown and locally sourced garden products, koi and water farm supplies, book the studio for small group events, or relax by the koi pond. Visit on selected Saturdays in autumn for the Haney Farmers Market. Serving the Tri-Cities, Langley, Mission, Abbotsford.

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Hikari Gold Koi Food - 22 lb Bulk Bag

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Hikari Gold Koi Food - 22 lb Bulk Bag

339.80 459.98

Save a boat-load by ordering your koi and pond-keeping essentials by December 15, 2017! All orders will be available for pick-up at our store around the middle of March, 2018. Sorry, no shipping available for koi pre-booking items due to their bulk size.

Hikari Gold is a daily diet, developed through years of koi breeding and showing, to meet the nutritional needs of koi while providing excellent color enhancement. Floating pellet will not cloud the water. Outstanding nutrition feed; high in protein, and carotene, a natural color enhancer. Packaged in plain brown feed sacks.

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FEEDING SUGGESTIONS from HIKARI
When water temperature is consistently above 60℉, feed one to two times daily. When water temperature is consistently above 70℉, feed two to four times daily. Please do not exceed the amount your fish will eat within three to five minutes of feeding. Remove all remaining food after the feeding period to avoid over-feeding and the water quality problems which can result from this action.