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Repopulating the Giants: Update

We previously introduced many of you to Archangel Ancient Tree Archives of Michigan. Our own Joe Aiken, took a road trip with Jason Kappen and Team Bartlett, joining this group on a mission to obtain new growth tissue from large old-growth redwood and sequoias in California. Along with a number of phenomenal climbers from around the country, Joe […]

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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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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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New Report on the U.S. Biobased Products Industry’s Economic Impact

An exciting new report was released earlier this month entitled, “An Economic Impact Analysis of the U.S. Biobased Products Industry: 2016 Update”. This fascinating report from the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) shows how the U.S. biobased industry continues to grow and generate substantial economic activity and jobs in the United States. Report Origins […]

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Arborjet Protects Plants from Drought

  According to preliminary data released by NASA on Monday September 12, 2016, this past August was the warmest month on record. According to the data, this has been the hottest summer on earth’s Northern hemisphere. Now, more than ever, we need to protect our plants from drought. When considering the future of your garden, […]

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Repopulating the Giants: A Great Adventure

On Thursday, May 26, Joe Aiken, Arborjet’s Great Lakes Regional Technical Manager, along with team members from Bartlett Arborist Supply and the Archangel Ancient Tree Archive left Michigan to collect this year’s new growth to propagate sequoia and redwood trees. A number of phenomenal climbers from around the country were involved in this great adventure. […]

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Repopulating Sequoias Worldwide

Joe Aiken, Arborjet’s Great Lakes Regional Technical Manager is joining Bartlett Arborist Supply and the Archangel Ancient Tree Archive to propagate sequoia trees before it’s too late. Redwood trees are the tallest livings things on Earth, growing up to 400 feet tall and among the oldest living trees on the planet. Coming Together Joe Aiken […]

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Arborjet Celebrates Arbor Day

Happy Arbor Day! For over 15 years, Arborjet has focused on developing the leading tree injection equipment and formulations to protect trees. In this time, tens-of-millions of trees have been saved from pests and disease and hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants and services have been donated to non-profit organizations dedicated to protecting urban […]

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TREES IN TROUBLE: A Documentary Film on PBS World Channel

As part of Arborjet’s continued philanthropy, an Emerald Ash Borer Education Grant was awarded to Media Working Group in 2014. Media Working Group created a film entitled Trees In Trouble, which has been selected for inclusion in PBS’ World Channel program schedule. The Trees in Trouble Story Trees in Trouble: Saving America’s Urban Forests tells the […]

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Arborjet Approved: Harrington’s Organic Pro Series: Soil Health Workshops

Arborjet’s Horticultural Specialist, Matt Andrus, recently gave his stamp of approval on the exceptional hands-on classes lead by industry pioneer, Todd Harrington of Harrington’s Organic Land Care. The classes include learning in depth about the soil food web, optimizing compost, extracts and teas, and performing “qualitative” analysis of the microorganism quantity and quality to interpret […]

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