NutriRoot

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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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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NutriRoot™ Now Available for Sale in Canada

Since the company’s founding in 1999, Arborjet has been dedicated to developing remedies for the world’s most destructive insects and diseases as well as offering groundbreaking products that promote overall plant health care. We are now pleased to begin providing NutriRoot™ liquid fertilizer and water manager system into the Canadian market. Arborjet’s President Russ Davis […]

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NutriRoot™ Earns USDA Certified Biobased Product Certification

On December 09, 2015, Arborjet, Inc. earned the USDA Certified Biobased Product Label for its NutriRoot™ 2-2-3 Liquid Soil Applied Fertilizer. The USDA Certified Biobased Product Label verifies that the product’s amount of renewable biobased ingredients meets or exceeds levels set by USDA. Biobased products are finished or intermediate materials, composed in whole or in […]

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Treat Chlorosis with MIN-jet Iron & NutriRoot™

Iron or manganese chlorosis describes a condition in which a tree’s foliage loses its healthy green color and fades to a pale green or yellow hue. Without treatment, this condition will cause slow growth, leaf loss, and eventually tree death. Chlorosis is often caused by deficiencies of the micro-elements iron and manganese, and is particularly […]

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Arborjet Formulas Wipe Out Oak Worms

There are several caterpillars that feed on oaks including the California oak worm and the tussock moth. Both of these feed on oak leaves, primarily in the spring, but can be active as second generation insects in the early summer or early fall. Leaves will appear skeletonized in the early stages and then completely consumed […]

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