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Is This Foursome Tee-ing You Off?

By Zac Purinton, Arborjet Inside Sales/Technical Support As a former Assistant Superintendent, I understand all the things that can get in the way when managing 150 or more acres of turf, trees, and landscape. When problems arise, it is not sustainable to simply remove every tree. Arborjet is here to help you with that pesky […]

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Problem Pests in the West

Invasive insects have been hitting the West Coast hard over the past few years. The Polyphagous and Kuroshio Shot Hole Borers have been attacking more than 300 species of trees between San Diego and San Luis Obispo Counties, killing hundreds of thousands. Arborjet has been working on this since 2012 in the Pasadena area. These […]

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A Year in Review

By Russ Davis, Arborjet President and COO 2016 was another strong growth year for Arborjet as we continued to help our customers protect our urban and natural forests. New invasive insects are finding their way here and our expanded customer base puts cities in a position to fight back from Maine to Hawaii. Our continued […]

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Arborjet’s Gift Continues to Give

More than 3 years ago, Arborjet was called in to look at some trees located at a prominent government operated Cemetery. These very large trees, lined the graves of brave service men and women. Their destruction would have devastated this sacred site. Arborjet quickly realized that the time for processing a request through government channels […]

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Permanent Firewood Quarantines Continue to Expand

Since Emerald Ash Borer was first discovered in Michigan in 2002, trees are being destroyed through the transportation of invasive insects & diseases in firewood. Many methods including quarantines have been implemented to slow the spread of EAB. Moving firewood and other ash wood materials in areas infested with emerald ash borer is now being […]

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