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3 Keys to Successful Seeding

Though there are numerous types of grasses and even more cultivars, the seed germination process is basically the same. While this discussion is not about choosing seed varieties, I would strongly encourage you to do your homework on turfgrass types and cultivars before deciding which seed to sow. Aside from timing and proper site preparation, […]

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Fall Treatment Round-Up

Ahhh…. the dog days of summer are here and soon the leaves on the trees will be turning beautiful shades of yellow, orange and red.  For those of us in the plant health care field or landscape industry, it will be time to put our heads down and finish up all those projects and services […]

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Water Issues Endanger the Green in Our Yards and Wallets

July has been designated as “Smart Irrigation Month” because July is the month when our water utilities experience peak demand.  As our nation’s water suppliers struggle to fulfill the summer water requirements, our citizens struggle to pay for the water they use.  Many blame the water challenge on landscape water use.  Studies have shown that […]

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Seeding Techniques For a Healthier Golf Course

Written by Arborjet’s Turf, Ornamental, and Golf Specialist, Kevin Lewis   Turfgrasses play a larger role in everyday life than many people realize. “I asked the waiter, ‘Is this milk fresh?’ He said. ‘Lady three hours ago it was grass.’” Phyllis Diller Established stands of grasses benefit the environment in multiple ways including purification of air, water runoff […]

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Oak Wilt – Protect Your Trees Today!

Oak Wilt treated vs untreated

Oak Wilt is a devastating vascular wilt disease that commonly affects all oaks, but most commonly species in the red oak family. It spreads rapidly through the tree’s vascular system and can kill susceptible trees in a matter of weeks. Once it’s been confirmed in the area, it is most often transmitted through underground root […]

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Japanese Beetles Are Hatching – Protect Your Plants Now!

Japanese Beetle

Japanese beetles hatch early in the summer, typically around July 4th, leaving most of the season for them to cause plant damage to forests, farms, flowers, ornamental trees, and shrubs. If you see an iridescent copper and green colored beetle, contact us to consider treatment options for your clients. Here are our recommendations for this […]

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Management Practices to Ensure Good Plant Establishment

Plant Establishment

* The following post was originally shared on Arborjet’s companion community gardening site, The Dirt on Dirt. Follow us to browse our blog for gardening tips and success stories, meet our team, view photos and videos submitted from green thumb enthusiasts (and send in your own!), and peruse our recommended products for a healthy, happy garden. […]

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Hurricane Season Begins Today – Here Is Your Preparation Checklist

Hurricane Preparation

Hurricane season officially begins today, and we’ve already experienced the impacts of subtropical storm Alberto. Each year, the kickoff to hurricane season brings with it a number of recommendations, from hurricane preparation kits to family emergency plans, but what about developing a plan to protect your turf and landscapes? Maintaining healthy trees and plants is […]

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Arborjet Announces 5th Annual “Taking Root” College Scholarship Program – Apply Now!

Taking Root Scholarship Blog Image

Are you a high school senior pursing full-time studies in Forestry, Plant Sciences, Horticulture, Entomology, Environmental Science, or a related major at an accredited two- or four-year college? Our “Taking Root” college scholarship may be for you! On Wednesday, we announced the opening of our 5th annual “Taking Root” college scholarship program. We’re looking for […]

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