Emerad Ash Borer

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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Treating the Largest Ash Tree in North America

Over ten years ago, Arborjet’s Regional Technical Manager, Joe Aiken along with Arborjet adopted the largest ash tree in North America. The gargantuan tree is located on a private residence, north of Travers City, Michigan. “It is 88 inches in diameter and when you see pictures you realize how big that is,” said Aiken. “We […]

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TREE-äge® Protects Ash Trees from EAB at the Holocaust Memorial in Boston

“It was a beautiful day and we were very pleased to donate a few liters of TREE-äge® insecticide for the treatment of 20 ash trees at the Holocaust Memorial site in downtown Boston. These effective injections will protect them from Emerald Ash Borer,” said Leah Hancock, Arborjet’s Product Marketing Manager. The New England Holocaust Memorial […]

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Late-Season Treatments Protect Trees

After a long winter, the influx of business combined with unpredictable spring weather can sometimes prove to be challenging for even veterans in tree care. This year, consider shifting some of your business to fall treatments, rather than waiting to start your plant health care program in the spring. Spreading out treatments will save time, […]

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As EAB Advances Burnsville, MN Prepares

More of Minnesota’s 900 million ash trees are now facing attack from the deadly Emerald Ash Borer. Newly identified infestations in nearby Eagan and Bloomington reveal that the insect is closer to Burnsville, where efforts are underway to treat healthy public ash trees and remove unhealthy ones. “It’s coming at us from two sides now,” […]

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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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