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October 24, 2014Arborjet: Did You Know?

Professionally applied trunk injection treatments from Arborjet can protect ash trees from EAB and cost a fraction of what tree removal and replacement does.

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October 13, 2014Arbor Age: New Product Award

Two innovative new products from Arborjet, the Quik-jet Air and the ARBOR-mobile app, have been honored as standouts and named winners in the Arbor Age A+ New Product Awards!

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September 24, 2014KCRG/Channel 9: West Des Moines Has a Plan to Save Some Ash Trees

The City of Des Moines has revised their EAB Treatment plan and now plans to treat with TREE-age

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September 24, 2014The Des Moines Register: Shots May Save W.D. M. Trees From Ash Borer

The Des Moines EAB management plan includes treating their healthy ash trees with TREE-age rather than removing them.

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September 18, 2014eNews Park Forest: Over 90 Percent of Chicago Trees Inoculated in 2011 and 2012 Still Viable

Over 90% of Chicago ash trees treated in 2011 & 2012 with TREE-äge have survived and will be retreated this year.

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September 17, 2014Wisconsin Dells Events: City Trees Get Treated for Emerald Ash Borer

Jeff Palmer of Arborjet held a treatment demo at the Wisconsin Dells Municipal Building

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September 09, 2014WAVE3 News: Tiny Beetle Causing Major Problems at the Louisville Zoo

The Louisville Zoo is treating their ash trees with TREE-äge rather than removing the 42 trees affected by the Emerald Ash Borer.

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September 01, 2014WTTW/Chicago Tonight: Fighting Emerald Ash Borer

Chicago chose to inoculate 70,000 of the city’s ash trees with TREE-äge to protect against the Emerald Ash Borer. 

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September 01, 2014Lansing State Journal: Battle of the Ash Borer

Arborjet has been a successful force when fighting against the devastating Emerald Ash Borer.

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September 01, 2014Irrigation and Green Industry: Product Spotlight

The New QUIK-jet Air is highlighted as a Product Spotlight in the September 2014 Issue

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September 01, 2014Tree Services Magazine: Tree Care Is In The Air

Arborjet launches a new product, the QUIK-jet Air, an air-powered trunk-injection device designed to deliver precise formulation in a matter of seconds.

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August 18, 2014CBS Baltimore: Emerald Ash Borers Invade Baltimore, Threaten Tree Population

Baltimore explores its options to save their ash trees from the Emerald Ash Borer.

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August 17, 2014The Baltimore Sun: Emerald Ash Borers Invade Baltimore

Rob Gorden, of Arborjet, tells officials that there is hope to save their ash trees with prompt treatment using  TREE-äge.

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August 11, 2014Canadian Garden Centre & Nursery: IMA-jet approved for use in Canada

Arborjet recently announced the IMA-jet is now approved for use in Canada via trunk injection to treat against the Emerald Ash Borer and the Asian Longhorned Beetle

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August 06, 2014Daily Union (MI): Emerald ash borer hits Fort

The city will be treating their trees for the Emerald Ash Borer with TREE-äge Insecticide. 

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August 05, 2014Arborjet’s IMA-jet Now Available in Canada

Arborjet announced today that IMA-jet is now approved in Canada for control against the Emerald Ash Borer and the Asian Longhorned Beetle tree pests.

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August 05, 2014Green Industry Pros: Quik-Jet Air

Arborjet announced a new trunk injection device called the Quik-Jet Air.

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August 05, 2014Landscape Management: Arborjet’s IMA-jet now available in Canada

Arborjet’s IMA-jet is now approved for use in Canada to aid in the battle against the Emerald Ash Borer and the Asian Longhorned Beetle.

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August 04, 2014Maximum Yield: Product Spotlight

Arborjet recently launched a new product called NutriRoot

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August 04, 2014Green Industry Pros: ARBOR-mobile

Arborjet launched a new smartphone app called ARBOR-mobile that allows tree care professionals to access Arborjet's knowledge base and tools while in the field or on the road.

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August 04, 2014Arborjet Announces The Launch Of Two Exciting Innovations

Arborjet announces the launch of two major time-saving innovations for tree care professionals, the QUIK-jet Air™ and the ARBOR-mobile™ app.

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August 02, 2014WJDT- TV (CBS): DNR treating State Fair Park ash trees for emerald ash borer

Arborjet is donating ten years of treatments to the DNR for trees on the State Fair Grounds. Jeff Palmer will come back every few years to administer the treatments. The DNR hopes fairgoers see how they can save trees of their own.

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July 31, 2014Landscape Management: ‘The Goods: Lawn Care’

NutriRoot is featured in the July issue.

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July 28, 2014The Baraboo News Republic: Treating Trees: Bicyclists, City Battle Ash Borers

Jeff Palmer from Arborjet is featured doing a treatment demo event at the Tour des Trees

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July 21, 2014Lawn & Landscape: Arborjet adds new regional technical managers

Arborjet announced the addition of two new members to their team.

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July 21, 2014Arborjet’s Growth Continues With Two New Additions To Team

Arborjet is pleased to announce the addition of two new team members to their Urban Forest Tech Teams. 

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July 18, 2014Naperville Sun: The Battle Continues: Naperville’s War on Ash Borer Infestation

TREE-äge has been effective in combating the EAB infestation in their ash trees. 

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July 16, 2014The Gazette: Mount Vernon Hoping to Head off Emerald Ash Borer

The city of Mount Vernon is proactively inoculating their ash trees with TREE-äge to protect against the Emerald Ash Borer.

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July 15, 2014Winona Daily News: Preparations Continue in Fight Against Insect

Saint Mary’s University has a multi-year tree management plan, which includes treating several campus ash trees with Arborjet’s TREE-äge.

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July 14, 2014Greenhouse Management: People

Arborjet has announced the addition of two new team members.

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July 11, 2014Burr Ridge Sun Times: Towns Pursue Different Strategies To Fight Ash Borer Infestation

The town of Darien, IL has planned to inject the trunks of approximately 2,500 ash trees with  TREE-äge to protect against the Emerald Ash Borer

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June 16, 2014Arborjet “Taking Root” College Scholarship Program Deadline is Around the Corner

The deadline of June 30th, 2014 is approaching for Arborjet's new College Scholarship Program to help promising high school seniors pursue careers in the arboriculture industry. Ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded. 

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June 16, 2014Lawn and Landscape: Deadline Approaching for Scholarship Application

High school seniors are reminded that they have until June 30th to apply for Arborjet’s “Taking Root” Scholarship.

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June 16, 2014Maximum Yield: Arborjet “Taking Root” College Scholarship Program Deadline is Around the Corner

Arborjet reminds high school seniors that the deadline of June 30th to apply for the "Taking Root" scholarship is approaching.

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June 11, 2014WHYY Radio: Barnes Foundation Joins Surge to Shield Ash Trees From Destructive Beetles

ArborJet was in Philadelphia to inject some historically significant trees, for free, at the old Barnes location and at Mount Pleasant Mansion in Fairmount Park.

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June 01, 2014ArborAge: The Challenge of Invasive Tree Pests

Rob Gorden of Arborjet speaks about how to be better prepared during the next outbreak of invasive tree pests

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June 01, 2014Tree Care Industry Magazine: Arborjet NutriRoot for Transplanting

Arborjet recently launched their new product NutriRoot.

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May 15, 2014Maximum Yield: Arborjet Team Continues to Grow

Arborjet welcomes two new team members 

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May 13, 2014Sports Turf: Arborjet Debuts NutriRoot for Transplanting Trees

Arborjet debuts their new product NutriRoot, which strengthens the root systems when transplanting trees. 

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May 05, 2014Landscape Management: Arborjet Accepts Applications for “Taking Root” Scholarships

Arborjet launched its inaugural “Taking Root” scholarship program, providing 10 graduating seniors $1,000 scholarships to pursue full-time studies in related fields. 

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May 02, 2014Lawn & Landscape: Arborjet Debuts NutriRoot

Arborjet launches a new product, NutriRoot.

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May 02, 2014Tree Services Magazine: Arborjet Launches “Taking Root” College Scholarship Progam

Ten bright high school seniors will be awarded $1000 scholarships with Arborjet’s new “Taking Root” scholarship program.

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May 01, 2014TCI: The Current State of Tree Injection Methods and Materials

Arborjet’s participation in the annual tree injection summit is highlighted in the May issue. 

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May 01, 2014Arborjet’s “Taking Root” Scholarship

Arborjet launches new College Scholarship Program to help promising high school seniors pursue careers in the arboriculture industry. Ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded.  

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May 01, 2014Green Industry Pros: NutriRoot Helps Increase Root Growth, Reduce Water Stress in Plants

Arborjet debuts its new product NutriRoot which promotes root growth, reduces watering, improves transplant success, protects transplants from drought stress and shock, and feeds roots all season long.

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May 01, 2014Landscape Online: Arborjet Launches Inaugural Scholarship Program

Arborjet has announced the launch of its inaugural “Taking Root” College Scholarship Program,
which will help promising young students fulfill their dreams of entering careers in the
arboriculture industry.

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April 25, 2014Arborjet Debuts NutriRoot, the Single Solution for Transplant Success

Dramatically Increases Root Development and Reduces Water Stress in Plants, Trees, Shrubs and Lawns

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April 22, 2014Greenhouse Management: Arborjet Invites Students to “Root for Trees!”

Arborjet invites middle school teachers and students across America to celebrate National Arbor Day on April 25th  with its new, free “Let’s Root for the Trees!” Middle School Curriculum Program

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April 10, 2014Lawn & Landscape: “Arborjet Offers Middle School Program”

Students and teachers are invited to celebrate Arbor Day with the company's new curriculum
program.

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April 08, 2014Landscape Management: Arborjet Roots for Learning on National Arbor Day

Arborjet is commemorating National Arbor Day on April 25 with its new, free “Let’s Root for the Trees!”
middle school curriculum program, a downloadable lesson on tree health, identification and treatments

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April 08, 2014TCIA: “Let’s Root for the Trees!” This Arbor Day With New, Free Middle School Curriculum Program fro

This year, Arborjet invites middle school teachers and students across America to celebrate National Arbor Day on
April 25th with its new, free "Let's Root for the Trees!" Middle School Curriculum Program.

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April 07, 2014“Let’s Root for the Trees!” For Arbor Day With Arborjet’s New, Free Middle School Curriculum Program

Students will learn about the value of trees, and treatments that protect trees from pests like EAB.

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April 02, 2014Daily Herald: Naperville Treating Trees Against Emerald Ash Borer

In a multiyear treatment plan for all healthy ash trees, Naperville will be proactively protecting their trees with TREE-äge.

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April 01, 2014Turf: Continued Growth at Arborjet

Arborjet has announced the addition of two new team members, Srdjan Acimovic as Research and Development Plant Pathologist and Marianne Waindle as Technical Products Manager, as well as the formulations of its Urban Forest Tech Teams. 

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April 01, 2014Cheektowga Bee: Has the Winter Affected the Emerald Ash Borer?

Licensed arborist, Samuel Bert, of Haskell Tree Service, recommends Arborjet’s TREE-äge as the only proven protection from EAB. 

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April 01, 2014Southwest Trees & Turf: Arborjet Harnesses The Sun’s Energy To Power Its Energy

Arborjet has installed a solar energy system  that will meet 100% of the company’s electricity needs.

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April 01, 2014Irrigation & Green Industry: “Feeding and Protecting Trees in the Landscape”

Rob Gorden of Arborjet discusses the profits landscape contractors can realize by treating trees with injection.

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April 01, 2014Maximum Yield: “Arborjet Develops Free Middle-School Curriculum Program in Honor of Arbor Day”

To celebrate National Arbor Day, middle school teachers are invited to download the free “Let’s Root for the Trees!” Curriculum Program by Arborjet.

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March 31, 2014Tree Services: Arborjet Continues to Grow

Arborjet announces the addition of two new team members, and the formation of its Urban
Forest Tech Teams.

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March 19, 2014South Washington County Bulletin: Urban Forest Provides Shade, Savings for City of Cottage Grove

The city’s management plan against EAB includes Arborjet.

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March 12, 2014Daily Herald: People’s Choice Program for EAB Extended Until 2016

Due to the success of last year's program to treat their trees with TREE-age, the city of Arlington Heights, IL, will extend their program until 2016.

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March 07, 2014The Hawk Eye: Emerald Ash Borer Eats Holes in Pocketbooks Too

Arborjet has the only approved treatment method against the Emerald Ash Borer in Burlington, Iowa.

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March 03, 2014Arbor Age: Arborjet Harnesses the Sun’s Energy

Arborjet has announced the installation of a solar energy system that will meet 100 percent of the company's electricity needs. 

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March 01, 2014ArborAge Magazine

Learn more about Arborjet’s partnership with TCIA and the company’s $50k Grant Program with The Tree Fund. 

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February 24, 2014Green Industry Pros: Arborjet Installs Solar Energy System

Arborjet, a world leader in tree-injection technology, has installed a 60-kilowatt photovoltaic solar energy system that will meet all of its Woburn, MA, headquarters' electricity needs.

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February 21, 2014Landscape Management: Arborjet Goes Solar

Arborjet made another advancement toward reducing its carbon footprint with the installation of a 60-kilowatt photovoltaic solar energy system to take care of 100 percent of the company’s electricity needs.

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February 20, 2014Tree Services: Arborjet Installs Solar Energy System

Arborjet has announced the installation of a solar energy system that will meet 100 percent of the company's electricity needs. 

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February 11, 2014Chicago Tribune: Arlington Heights Approves More Money for Emerald Ash Borer

Arlington Height will extend the 50/50 cost-share program and treat 500 new ash trees, and give a second application to 2000 others, against the Emerald Ash Borer with TREE-äge.

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February 05, 2014Total Landscape Care: Injectable Antibiotic Designed to Help Tree Health

Landscapers can help tree health with Arborjet’s Arbor-OTC

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February 04, 2014Total Landscape Care: Arborjet Launches $50,000 Grant Program

Arborjet has launched a $50,000 grant program in partnership with the TREE (Tree Research and Education Endowment) Fund

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February 03, 2014Turf: Arborjet Launches a $50,000 Grant Program In Partnership with the TREE Fund

Arborjet has announced a sponsorship of a new $50,000 grant program to be managed by the TREE (Tree Research and Education Endowment) Fund

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February 03, 2014Landscape Management: Arborjet sponsors $50k TREE Fund grant

Arborjet is sponsoring a $50,000 grant program to be managed by the Tree Research & Education Endowment (TREE) Fund

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February 01, 2014Tree Care Industry Magazine: Arborjet Arbor-OTC Antibiotic

Arborjet’s new Arbor-OTC delivers an antibiotic punch via trunk injection

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January 24, 2014The Barnstable Patriot: Crypt-Kicking a Tree-Terrorizing Insect

For the love of trees, a room full of burly arborists and landscapers joined Arborjet for a session on defending oaks from the Crypt Gall Wasp.

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January 20, 2014Arbor Age: Emerald Ash Borer Education Program Debuts in 2014

Learn more and apply online at http://www.treefund.org/grants/education-program-grants/eab

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January 17, 2014The Journal: An imported pest: Emerald ash borer, part 2

Valuable trees on municipal and private property can be saved at less cost than cutting them down. According to the WV Department of Agriculture, a compound called TREE-äge sold by the Arborjet Company is the best treatment. 

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January 16, 2014Landscape Management: Arborjet: Arbor-OTC

Arborjet's newest product offering for control of bacterial tree diseases – Arbor-OTC.

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January 16, 2014Landscape Management: Arbor OTC

New Arbor-OTC delivers an antibiotic punch via trunk injection 

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January 09, 2014Announcing… Arbor-OTC™!

Fight Back Against Bacterial Diseases in Trees and Palms with New Arbor-OTC™ from Arborjet

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January 06, 2014Associated Press: Cities Weigh Options, Costs of Fighting Ash Borer

A decade ago, foresters feared an invasive Chinese beetle would spell doom for American ash trees. But a counterpunch emerged: a powerful pesticide that can not only save infested trees but inoculate them against the emerald ash borer - TREE-äge. 

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January 02, 2014Greenhouse Management: Pesticide Advancements Rise While Risks Drop

There are some interesting developments in pesticide technology resulting in “greener” products including Arborjet’s AzaSol

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December 19, 2013ARBOR AGE: Arborjet’s Arbor-OTC

Arborjet’s NEW Arbor-OTC is a systemic water-soluble injectable antibiotic for the control of certain bacterial diseases in non-food-bearing palms and trees

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December 09, 2013At Water’s Edge: Saving the Trees, One Ash at a Time

Arborjet’s TREE-äge is effective in helping to save ash trees in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  

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December 04, 2013Trib Local: Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove make inroads in fighting emerald ash borer

“Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove make inroads in fighting emerald ash borer” helped by a successful 50/50 cost share program for treatment with TREE-äge for Arlington Heights residents. Residents are now requesting an extension of the program.

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December 01, 2013Turf Magazine: Money Does Grow On Trees

Trunk injection effectively protects and improves tree health, and saves thousands of at-risk trees annually. Read more about its benefits in “Tiny Holes, Big Results, Nice Profits”. 

 
 
November 18, 2013Boston Globe: Wasps infesting, imperiling area’s black oaks

Hundreds of thousands of black oaks in Southeastern Massachusetts have shown signs of infestation by tiny gall wasps this year. Arborjet is seeking a foil for this invasive pest.

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October 20, 2013Boston WCVB TV 5: Tiny insect menace chokes trees across Cape Code

Arborjet employee Doug McPherson readies the injection lines on an oak Wednesday at the Dennis Village Cemetery, where 30 trees are being injected  to stop the crypt gall wasp. 

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October 13, 2013Cape Cod Times: Cape arborists are crypt reapers

Read all about Arborjet’s work with University of Massachusetts Amherst professor of entomology Joseph Elkinton studying the best ways to deliver stop the crypt gall wasp in its tracks. 

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October 09, 2013Ruidoso Free Press: How to Treat for Bark Beetles

Advice from Arborjet on how to combat the devastation wrought by bark beetles. 

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October 03, 2013Green Industry Pros: Vigilance, Prevention Key Amid Spread of EAB

Emerald Ash Borer has continued to spread to more areas of the U.S., and those "on the fringe" of infestation should consider preventive measures, such as  the use of trunk injection with Arborjet’s technology and TREE-äge, early on. 

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September 29, 2013Rockford Register Star: Changes ahead for Forest City’s canopy in ash borer era

A certified arborist with the city of Rockford, gives an ash tree along Miriam Avenue a treatment with TREE-äge in Rockford, IL, to prevent the emerald ash borer from killing the tree.

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September 28, 2013Evansville Courier and Press: Teams treat ash trees at governor’s residence

Seven century-old ash trees at the Indiana governor's residence are being treated with Arborjet’s TREE-äge to protect them from the emerald ash borer, which has killed thousands of trees across the state. 

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September 26, 2013Indianapolis Star: Governor’s residence fights back against emerald ash borer

The deadly emerald ash borer won’t be getting a foothold in the yard of the Indiana governor’s residence.

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September 19, 2013Baltimore Sun: Trees being injected to protect against Ash Borer

In Baltimore, some of the citie's ash trees received injections of Arborjet’s TREE-äge to help protect against the invasive Ash Borer. 

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September 19, 2013WBAL TV: Pesticide injections used to save century-old trees

The emerald ash borer, a tree pest taking over the Midwest, is headed east and could threaten Baltimore's ash trees, some of which are well over 100 years old. Treatment with TREE-äge from Arborjet was deployed ahead of an emerald ash borer outbreak. 

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September 18, 2013CBS Baltimore: Shot At Survival: An Effort To Save The Ash Tree Against A Deadly Beetle

The city of Baltimore is looking for a way to minimize the destructive impact of a tiny beetle native to Asia.

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September 05, 2013Ash Borer Treatment Appears to be Working in Minneapolis

There is a push to keep emerald ash borer out of some Minneapolis neighborhoods, and it is showing some promising results.

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September 01, 2013Landscape Management: TREE-äge Insecticide and PHOSPHO-jet Fungicide are now labeled for use Califo

TREE-äge PHOSPHO-jet Fungicide recently received registration from the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (CDPR), and are now labeled for use in the state. Applied through the Arborjet injection system in which the formulation is sealed inside the tree.

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September 01, 2013Lawn & Landscape: New Product, Arborjet Eco-Mite and Eco-PM

Arborjet’s Eco-Mite and Eco-PM are specially formulated for small plants. 

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August 28, 2013Injections work to save ash trees from borer

A decade ago, when the emerald ash borer first was discovered in the U.S., a confirmed outbreak was considered a death sentence for every ash tree for miles around. That's no longer the case. 

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August 01, 2013Bike tour stops in Rochester to promote tree awareness

Arborjet, on the STIHL Tour Des Trees fundraising cycle tour, stopped in Rochester to promote tree awareness and says area is doing a fine job fighting the emerald ash borer.

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July 23, 2013In Clinton, arborists out to save biggest ash tree in Illinois

Illinois' largest green ash tree, estimated to be 150 to 175 years old and 91 feet tall, was treated by Arborjet to protect it from emerald ash borer infestation, Monday, July 15, 2013. 

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July 22, 2013Janesville behind in fight against ash borer

Ash trees today have a fighting chance against their arch enemy, the emerald ash borer, thanks to new research and better chemicals. 

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July 19, 2013Cleveland Ash Trees Saved

Ash trees lining a street on Cleveland's westside are being saved from the Emerald Ash Borer with Arborjet's help.

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July 19, 2013Battling Emerald Ash Borer

Arborjet injected thirty six ash trees on Tuesday, July 9, 2013, in Cleveland, for a cost of less than $50 a tree. The process lasts more than two years and knocks out the ash borer.

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July 16, 2013Shoreview Press: Mean, green and in your tree?

Shoreview City’s Ash Tree Injection Treatment Program, a cost-sharing program which offers prevention treatments to residents, relies on Arborjet's TREE-age.

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July 09, 2013The Plain Dealer: Ash trees flourishing in West Side Cleveland neighborhood

Technology pioneered by Arborjet has commuted the death sentence for these trees from EAB. 

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July 02, 2013Saving Your Ash

As Emerald Ash Borers continue to spread west, early detection will mean the difference between a good defense and total destruction of trees.

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June 19, 2013FoxPoint- Bayside Patch: Emerald Ash Borer Seminar Demonstration

Jeff Palmer of Arborjet demonstrated ash tree injection treatements to municipal leaders from southeast Wisconsin.

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June 11, 2013KCTC News Kansas City: Neighborhood hopes to save ash trees using special injection

The Greenway Field Homes Association demonstrated ash tree injection treatments at Strawn Park and surrounding neighborhoods to kill off Emerald Ash Borer.

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May 31, 2013ARBOR AGE

With the ever-increasing trade around the world, more and more insects, diseases and weeds are finding ways to come to America.

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May 25, 2013Beloit Daily News: City administers EAB antidote

City of Beloit started treating ash trees this week against the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). 

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May 23, 2013Controlling Those Pesky Pests

Gopher mounds in the backyard, ants in the kitchen, termites gnawing away at your firewood- or even worse, your house- are just some of the pests homeowners must battle this time of the year. 

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May 02, 2013Landscape Management: Arborjet kicks off Tree Challenge

Arborjet kicked off the Million Tree Challenge to help save one million American trees.

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May 01, 2013Lawn and Garden Retailer: Product Marketplace

Derived from organic botanical plant oils and extracts, both Eco-Mite and Eco-PM kill and repel their target pests, are non-toxic to people and pets, environmentally safe, and work fast. 

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April 26, 2013Arborjet’s Million Tree Challenge

 Arborjet, a company that develops remedies for some of the world's most destructive tree insects and diseases, invites municipalities and homeowners from coast to coast to join together this Arbor Day to become part of the "Million Tree Challenge™" and help save one million American trees. 

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April 15, 2013The Telegraph: Treatments can hold off emerald ash borer, but one tree at a time

The arrival of the destructive emerald ash borer in New Hampshire is bad news for the ash trees in our forests, maybe even fatal news, but one company says it's still feasible to save ash trees in our yards and cities. 

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April 15, 2013Insasive species: The cost is staggering

Tracking the wild mustard and other invasive plants, garlic mustard, phragmites and emerald ash borer are all invasive species that cause ecosystem changes and cost homeowners and taxpayers money. 

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April 09, 2013Fight Against Emeral Ash Borer Continues for Area Communities

The arrival of spring signals the start of another year where area communities must spend more money and manpower to combat ash tree damage caused by the emerald ash borer.

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April 06, 2013Emerald Ash Borer discovered in New Hampshire

Emerald Ash Borer, familiar to the Midwest, has been confirmed in New Hampshire, according to state officials. A tree in Concord was discovered to be a host for EAB, and now the state is under quarantine for moving firewood.

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April 02, 2013Landscape Management: Arborjet kicks off Tree Challenge

Arborjet kicked off the Million Tree Challenge to help save one million American trees. 

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December 10, 2012Jeff Palmer speaks to Quincy, IL City Council

Arborjet's Upper Midwest Regional Technical Manager Jeff Palmer spoke to Quincy, IL's City Council regarding treatment planning for Emerald Ash Borer.

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November 05, 2012Getting “Hands On” with invasive species

Invasive species are taking over towns, and one conference in western Wisconsin is addressing the issue hands on. The Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference in La Crosse is doing more than the typical sit and listen lectures. They are sending attendees on field trips to learn about different types of invasive species. Arborjet's Jeff Palmer was on hand to educate field trip attendees about Emerald Ash Borer.

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October 30, 2012Pine Beetle Protection in Denver, CO

Arborjet's Dawn Fluharty was recently in Denver, CO, where she discussed the formulation selected by the city to treat pine trees for pine bark beetle.

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June 04, 2012Mayor Emanuel Urged To Save Chicago’s Trees

Chicago is urged to spend nearly $1.4 million to treat infected ash trees or risk losing almost 100,000 trees.

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June 04, 2012Aldermen warn: Treat city’s ash trees or risk losing nearly 100,000

Chicago risks losing all 91,000 of its parkway trees unless it steps up treatment for the tree-killing emerald ash borer, aldermen were warned Monday

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May 02, 2012Arlington Heights neighborhood launches battle with emerald ash borer

A large-scale treatment of ash trees to protect against the emerald ash borer started Wednesday in Arlington Heights’ Northgate neighborhood.
Sunrise Tree Care will inject TREE-age insecticide into 448 of the neighborhood’s 698 parkway trees over 10 days.

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April 19, 2012Emerald Ash Borer

It has been nearly 10 years since the emerald ash borer (EAB) was first discovered killing ash trees in southeastern Michigan. Knowledge gained since the discovery has been quite amazing.

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April 19, 2012The Who, What, When, Where, Why & How

If you learn the who, what, where, when, why, and how of the simple service of injecting and/or infusing insecticides, fungicides, and growth-and-health agents directly into your customer’s trees’ trunks, you’ll be well on the way to being more profitable and you will be distinguishing yourself from your competition.

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April 14, 2012Experts warn insect could destroy up to 18 percent of trees

With spring having sprung, it will only be a matter of time before many area residents who have ash trees will find out if their trees will be added to the rapidly growing list of victims of the notorious emerald ash borer.

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April 13, 2012Arlington Heights Will Split Cost of Treating Parkway Ash Trees

Arlington Heights village officials agreed to split the cost of treating parkway ash trees, but likely just once once. The board agreed to fund a program that would reimburse residents up to $50 for treating their ash trees with the village’s preferred method, injection of Tree-Age, which costs about $100 per tree, depending on size. The village will pay for only one treatment and residents would have to continue treatment every two years after that.

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April 11, 2012Arlington Heights Eyes Helping EAB Treatments

Arlington Hts. residents may soon request $50 from the village to help combat emerald ash borer. The village board gave unanimous preliminary approval to a cost-sharing program Monday night, Apr. 9 that would allow residents to apply for 50% up to $50 for treating ash trees on public parkways. The program would be for a one-time treatment within the next two years and have a sunset date of Oct. 31, 2013. It will also work retroactively for those who have already paid to treat their trees. The village board must still approve the program at an upcoming regular meeting.

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April 11, 2012Arlington Hts. Eyes Helping EAB Treatments

Arlington Heights. residents may soon request $50 from the village to help combat emerald ash borer. The village board gave unanimous preliminary approval to a cost-sharing program Monday night, Apr. 9 that would allow residents to apply for 50% up to $50 for treating ash trees on public parkways.

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April 09, 2012The Biggest Myths About Emerald Ash Borer

The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) from Asia is so named because it bores into ash trees and compromises their circulatory system which results in death. Towns from the Galena, to Mount Prospect, to Plainfield have thousands of ash which will cost millions of dollars to remove and replace as EAB moves through.

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April 04, 2012Naperville to Treat Healthy Ash Trees to Fight Against Emerald Ash Borer

The City of Naperville continues to implement an aggressive multi-year treatment plan for all healthy ash trees located in the City’s parkways to reduce the devastating effect of the emerald ash borer (EAB) in the community. If the City does not treat any of the parkway ash trees, it is expected that all of the ash trees will be dead within five years. Licensed contractors will be utilizing three types of treatments for the City’s estimated 16,300 parkway trees.

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April 04, 2012Naperville to Treat Healthy Ash Trees to Fight Against Emerald Ash Borer

The City of Naperville continues to implement an aggressive multi-year treatment plan for all healthy ash trees located in the City’s parkways to reduce the devastating effect of the emerald ash borer (EAB) in the community.

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April 03, 2012Evanston Losing Ground to Emerald Ash Borer

Evanston officials report that the invasive Emerald Ash Borer is rapidly spreading through the city’s ash trees, forcing forestry workers to remove infected trees. However, the need to remove parkway ash trees has outpaced the funds required to replace them, city officials said, adding that nearly 500 parkway ash trees have been removed in the past year.

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April 01, 2012Fight Against Emerald Ash Borer Continues for Area Communities

Lake in the Hills residents may soon notice small index cards hanging from some parkway trees. The cards, which will be be tagged to sick ash trees, are meant to inform residents about the tree’s current condition, said Scott Parchutz, superintendent of public properties for the village of Lake in the Hills. “There are about one thousand ash trees that are dead or declining in the village,” Parchutz said. “Basically, all the ash trees in the village will have to be replaced. The whole state is under siege by the emerald ash borer.”

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April 01, 2012Myth Busting Emerald Ash Borer

I know what you are thinking: “Another article on emerald ash borer? C’mon!”. No doubt, emerald ash borer (EAB) has set a new bar in terms of media interest and coverage for an urban forestry issue, and, as it continues to spread to new communities each year, that media buzz is not likely to die out anytime soon. Although the media has been successful with getting a message out to the public about EAB, exactly what message has been reaching the public can hurt as much or more than it can help.

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March 29, 2012Emerald Ash Borer Spreads Rapidly Through Evanston’s Parkway Ash Trees

Evanston officials report that the invasive emerald ash borer is rapidly spreading through the city's parkway ash trees, forcing forestry workers to remove infected trees. But the need to remove the trees has outpaced the funds required to replace them, city officials said, adding that nearly 500 parkway ash trees have been removed in the past year.

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March 29, 2012Emerald ash borer spreads rapidly through Evanston’s parkway ash trees

Evanston officials report that the invasive emerald ash borer is rapidly spreading through the city's parkway ash trees, forcing forestry workers to remove infected trees.But the need to remove the trees has outpaced the funds required to replace them.

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March 28, 2012Evanston losing ground to Emerald Ash Borer

Evanston officials report that the invasive Emerald Ash Borer is rapidly spreading through the city’s ash trees, forcing forestry
workers to remove infected trees.

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March 23, 2012City urged to spend additional $1.4M to protect trees from beetle

The City Council Finance Committee today urged the city to spend another $1.4 million a year to help protect ash trees from a notorious invasive beetle known for destroying the common shade tree.

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March 21, 2012Village of Gurnee Treating Ash Trees

Kudos to the Village of Gurnee for deciding to treat its ash trees to fight emerald ash borer, rather than cut them down ("Gurnee decides to treat, rather than remove, infected ashes", News, March 20). The approach, coupled with strategic removal when necessary, is cheaper and more effective in halting spread of the beetle and its destruction.

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March 21, 2012Ash Trees

Kudos to the Village of Gurnee for deciding to treat its ash trees to fight emerald ash borer, rather than cut them down.

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March 20, 2012Gurnee Decideds to Treat, Rather Than Remove, Infected Ashes

When they learned last year that a deadly pest had infested Gurnee's ash trees, officials looked at the bottom line and decided treatment was not only a viable option but also the most cost-effective. The emerald ash borer beetles had likely been in Gurnee five or six years before January 2011, when the U.S. Department of Agriculture officially informed the village it was infested, said Jake Balmes, streets supervisor.

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March 20, 2012Gurnee decides to treat, rather than remove infected trees, chemical option is cheaper

If the village had followed the lead of other municipalities removed infested ash trees,they would have spend between $1.2 million and $1.5 million.Instead, the village spent about $30,000 treating about 3,000 ash trees with a chemical containing emamectin benzoate. The product, TREE-age, is manufactured by Massachusetts-based Arborjet.

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March 20, 2012Myth Busting Emerald Ash Borer

Despite the quality information that is out there on EAB, it is undermined by a troubling accumulation of myths, misconceptions, distortions, and half-truths.

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March 17, 2012Winona’s Ash Borer Management Plan

Earlier this month, the Winona City Council decided to use the chemical insecticide TREE-age to treat and inoculate select trees against the emerald ash borer as part of the city’s management plan for public ash trees. Here are some TREE-age facts:

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March 17, 2012Winona’s ash borer management plan

Earlier this month, the Winona City Council decided to use the chemical insecticide TREE-age to treat and inoculate select trees against the emerald ash borer as part of the city’s management plan for public ash trees. Here are some TREE-age facts

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March 17, 2012Emerald ash borer: More information

Detroit in 2005 was a sobering sight. Ash tree skeletons were everywhere. The ash borer has now arrived in our midst in southeastern
Pennsylvania.

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March 15, 2012Philly.com: Emerald Ash Borer- More Information

Detroit in 2005 was a sobering sight. Ash tree skeletons were everywhere. The Inquirer had sent me there to write about the emerald ash borer, an insect that was killing every ash it got to, and was spreading fast. Officials figured it would make its way to Pennsylvania at some point, and the paper wanted me to find out what lay ahead.

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March 11, 2012Ash Tree Owners Question Whether to Treat Trees

Kurt Meyer and his wife were riding bikes last year through an area of St. Charles, near Aurora, Ill., when they encountered about 15 dead ash trees alongside two that were perfectly healthy. As an owner of Meyer Landscape & Design in Moline, Meyer recognized that the dead trees had been infested with emerald ash borer, or EAB, an invasive insect that kills ash trees, and that the two healthy ones had been treated with a preventative chemical.

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March 11, 2012Davenport will begin treating ash trees in 2013

The city of Davenport is taking an aggressive approach to the emerald ash borer threat, contracting for an inventory of public right-of-way trees to determine what kinds the city has —not just ash — and what condition they are in.

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March 11, 2012Ash tree owners question whether to treat

An infestation of the emerald ash borer was discovered during November in Stark County, Ill., about 50 miles southeast of the Quad-Cities.

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March 08, 2012Council OKs $460,000 to fight Emerald Ash Borer

Naperville City Council this week unanimously approved spending $467,436 to contain the damage from the Emerald Ash Borer, but not without some serious reservations. “If we are going to treat a tree, I want to do it right,” Councilman Paul Hinterlong said after questioning the treatments for some of the city’s 16,300 parkway ash trees.

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March 07, 2012City Chooses EAB Chemical Treatment

The city council resumed talks about potential insecticides Monday and came to a unanimous decision on the type of chemical that will be used to combat the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer: TREE-age. After consulting with a Michigan State University insecticide expert, Mayor Jerry Miller is confident in the success of the treatment option.

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March 07, 2012City chooses EAB chemical treatment

The city council resumed talks about potential insecticides Monday and came to a unanimous decision on the type of chemical that will be used to combat the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer: TREE-age.

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March 07, 2012Council OKs $460,000 to fight Emerald Ash Borer

The Care of Trees will treat trees with two different types of soil drench at a price of $174,800. Kinnican Company was awarded $292,625 to treat trees by directly injecting chemicals into the tree, using a process
called TREE-age.

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March 03, 2012Company Says ‘Trunk Injections’ Protected 350,000 Trees in 2011

Arborjet, a company focused on developing "effective and environmentally sound formulations and equipment" for combating the emerald ash borer, Asian long-horned beetle and other tree-killing insects, claims its products helped save some 350,000 trees in the United States last year.

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March 03, 2012Company Says ‘Trunk Injections’ Protected 350,000 Trees in 2011

Arborjet, a company focused on developing "effective and environmentally sound formulations and equipment" for combating the emerald ash borer, Asian long-horned beetle and other tree-killing insects, claims its products helped save some 350,000 trees in the United States last year.

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March 01, 2012Davenport Will Begin Treating Ash Trees in 2013

The city of Davenport is taking an aggressive approach to the emerald ash borer threat, contracting for an inventory of public right-of-way trees to determine what kinds the city has — not just ash — and what condition they are in, said Chris Johnson, the city arborist/forestry manager. The best guess is there are about 5,000 ash among the city’s approximately 23,000 public right-of-way trees, he said.

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February 22, 2012Arborjet Saves 350,000 Trees in 2011

Innovative Tree Treatments Save the U.S. Economy Over $252 Million, and Hundreds of Thousands of Trees, in 2011

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February 01, 2012Spiraling white flies are a new threat

The newly arrived Rugose Spiraling White Fly is being described in Southern Florida as a "nightmare" and for good reason.

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December 21, 2011Winona to Chemically Treat Trees Against Emerald Ash Borer

The city of Winona will spend $80,000 to chemically treat and inoculate up to 4,000 of the city’s ash trees against the emerald ash borer. Earlier this week public works staff presented findings and recommendations on Pointer and TREE-age, insecticides that have been found effective in inoculating ash trees against the destructive ash borer making its way toward Winona.

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December 01, 2011Protect Your Clients’ Ash Trees

Ash trees are popular and attractive street trees and very common in municipal parks, on college grounds, and on residential and commercial landscapes. They're valued for their shade-producing canopy, medium height, sturdy trunks and, in several popular species, attractive fall color. All of this is being lost.

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October 12, 2011Resident takes on fight against emerald ash borer

Bartlett resident Amy Zinga this summer led the charge in her neighborhood to fend off the emerald ash borer insects that are infesting some area trees.

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October 06, 2011Ash borer might be attacking local trees

The emerald ash borer continues to strike fear into the hearts of property owners who value their ash trees, but state agriculture officials and local tree-care companies contend there is a way to combat the tiny pests “Nestor and other tree-service companies now are combating the pest with a variety of insecticide treatments, one of which is called Tree-age.”

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September 30, 2011Angie’s List: Stopping Emerald Ash Borer

Have you noticed a lot of trees losing their leaves earlier than normal this year? Have you already been raking? 
 
It may be due to the cool weather. But there's also a good chance it's due to Emerald Ash Borer devastating trees across the region.

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September 17, 2011CUT DOWN OR TREAT?

Thousands of Minnesota homeowners may have to decide sooner or later about what strategy to take against the emerald ash borer. WEIGHING STRATEGIES Consider location: If your tree is more than 15 miles from a known infestation, don't worry. In Minnesota, infested trees have been detected in Hennepin, Ramsey, Houston and Winona counties. A map of 2011 detections is at www.startribune.com/a670

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September 15, 2011New Hope Surfaces for some infected Allegheny ash trees

Given a death sentence in January, some Ash trees in Allegheny county have been granted a stay of execution. With the help of residents, business, and state and federal government officials, ash trees falling prey to the invasive emerald ash borer might live beyond next year. People donated nearly $30,000 to pay for injections of TREE-age- pronounced triage- to treat 158 of the city's 356,000 ash trees, said Phil Gruska, director of park management and maintenance with the Pittsburgh parks conservatory.

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September 09, 2011Volunteers to plant trees in Midland parks

Volunteers will help plant 300 trees in various City of Midland parks to help replace those lost to emerald ash borer damage. Karen Murphy, Midland Public Services director, said 100 volunteers will plant the trees in Emerson, Chippewassee, Stratford and other parks. The Dow Chemical Co. is supporting the project with a $25,000 grant. Murphy said the company approached city staff about ways to help the community respond to the ash borer infestation, which is killing ash trees throughout the city.

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September 01, 2011Turn Fall into a Windfall with Tree Trunk Injections

Don’t let your revenue come down with the leaves! September until the end of October is the perfect time to treat your clients’ trees to protect against Emerald Ash Borer, Pine Bark Beetles, nutrient deficiencies and fungal diseases via trunk injections.

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September 01, 2011Tree Disease Management Q&A

For insight into tree disease management Arbor Age recently asked Sean Facey, strategic accounts & support services manager at Arborjet, about the tree diseases that industry professionals have been dealing with this year, as well as how to prepare for the months ahead.

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August 26, 2011Shorewood On Guard Against Deadly Asian Beetle

The voracious emerald ash borer has yet to be spotted in Shorewood, but the village has already taken steps to kill them when they get here. The sinister emerald ash borer may not have made its way into Shorewood's ash trees yet, but once it does it won't take long for the pest to make its presence felt. "In one short year it's gone from nobody knowing about it to being in your backyard," said Rob Gorden, the national sales director for Arborjet, a company selling anti-emerald ash borer projects.

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August 25, 2011Bartlett Woman Organizes Neighbors to Fight Emerald Ash Borer

BARTLETT, Ill. (CBS) — A Bartlett woman is organizing neighbors to join her in trying to save their tree-lined neighborhood from the emerald ash borer. As WBBM Newsradio’s Mike Krauser reports, Amy Zinga of Bartlett lives on Brookside Drive, a street lined with ash trees. Some are already infested with the ash borer. “These trees will die before they will be treated by the village, so it’s up to the residents if they want to save them,” Zinga said. Zinga is hoping to rally residents to make that happen. “I’m trying,” she said.

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August 22, 2011Special Emerald Ash Borer Program Set for Thursday

As always, the Emerald Ash Borer beetle is causing problems for tree in the Joliet and Will County areas.   Joliet, Shorewood, and Plainfield ash trees are appearing especially vulnerable.  The adult beetles fly to new locations in August, so their territories could be expanding, causing significant damage from now to October.

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August 14, 2011Ash Borers Are On Their Way To Region

In as little as a few weeks, the Lower Hudson Valley could welcome its newest invasive pest: the Emerald Ash Borer, a tiny beetle from China that experts say has killed more than 70 million ash trees across the country. The bug was spotted this summer on the campus the of U.S. Military Academy at West Point and is working its way south, experts say.

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August 13, 2011Beetle that’s killed 70 million ash trees nears Lower Hudson Valley

In as little as a few weeks, the Lower Hudson Valley could welcome its newest invasive pest: the emerald ash borer, a tiny beetle from China that experts say has killed more than 70 million ash trees across the country.

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August 10, 2011Customized Before Custom was Cool

Kevin Vogeler had his eye on a market niche when he started Turf Care Enterprises in 1986. “We focused on a small but growing market that was looking for more natural programs using little or no chemicals,” Vogeler recalls.

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August 03, 2011Emerald borer bearing down on Lino Lakes: Destructive beetle found in neighboring suburb Shoreview

The destructive emerald ash borer is edging closer, but city officials say it might not yet be time to treat trees.
 
Found last week in neighboring Shoreview, it was the first reports of the beetle's spread to outlying suburbs of the Twin Cities.

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August 02, 2011City meeting addresses ash borer find

The city will hold an open house from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3 at the Shoreview Community Center to answer questions related to the recent discovery of the emerald ash borer in the Shamrock Park neighborhood of northwestern Shoreview.

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August 01, 2011Cutting Edge Products: Arborjet ACE-jet insecticide

Arborjet’s ACE-jet micro-injectable, broad spectrum “fast acting” insecticide is now available in 32 states. In June it was approved for use in California. ACE-jet targets leaf-chewing insects including caterpillars, winter moth, gypsy moth and webworm; piercing-sucking insects including whiteflies, adelgids, aphids, spider mites, scale, thrips and mealybugs; and mining insects such as leafminers, sawflies and many others.

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August 01, 2011Lawn & Landscape Top 100

Arborjet's ACE-jet was featured in Lawn & Landscape;s Top 100 issue as a featured new product.

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July 26, 2011Time to decide if ash tree is worth saving

Now is the time to decide if you want to save ash trees on your property or have them removed.


City forestry crews are making the same decision about thousands ash trees in outlawns across the city as emerald ash borer larvae burrow their way through each tree’s nutrient and water supply system, causing the top branches and eventually the entire tree to die.

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July 15, 2011Landscape Eating Insects Running Scared

Arborjet announced that ACE-jet, a highly effective injectable insecticide, is now available in 32 states. It was just approved for use in California. The insecticide is a micro-injectable, broad spectrum fast acting insecticide used for the management of insects that ravage forests, trees, landscape ornamentals and interior plantscapes.

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July 14, 2011ACE-jet from Arborjet is now approved in 32 States

Arborjet announced that ACE-jet, a highly effective injectable insecticide, is now available in 32 states. It was just approved for use in California. ACE-jet is a micro-injectable, broad spectrum "fast acting" insecticide used for the management of insects that ravage forests, trees, landscape ornamentals and interior plantscapes.

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July 14, 2011City prepares for emerald ash borer infestation

 When it comes to Racine’s ash trees, 2 ounces of prevention is worth at least two years of cure.


Private arborists spent six hours in Racine on Wednesday injecting dozens of ash trees with TREE-äge, an insecticide that kills a beetle called the emerald ash borer, or EAB, for up to two years. The beetle, which has already infested Milwaukee and Kenosha counties, kills ash trees by eating them from the inside out, according to Racine City Forester Matt Koepnick.

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June 29, 2011ACE-jet from Arborjet is Now Approved in 32 States

Arborjet announced that ACE-jet, a highly effective injectable insecticide, is now available in 32 states. It was just approved for use in California. ACE-jet is a micro-injectable, broad spectrum "fast acting" insecticide used for the management of insects that ravage forests, trees, landscape ornamentals and interior plantscapes. It eliminates leaf-chewing insects including caterpillars, winter moth, gypsy moth, and webworm; piercing-sucking insects including whiteflies, adelgids, aphids, spider mites, scale, thrips and mealybugs; and mining insects such as leafminers, sawflies, and many others.

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June 27, 2011Fight Japanese Beetles and Lawn Grubs with New Neem Formulation

In Maine, where I lived for more than 50 years, Japanese beetle season was easy to remember . . . because it coincided each year with tourist season. In other words, when the cars came through the toll booths on July 4 weekend, we knew the Japanese beetles would soon be devouring our roses, grapes and, well, you name it.

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June 23, 2011Ash borer battle comes to Memorial Park

They can't be stopped. They're tiny and green and very destructive. The emerald ash borer could very well be the most serious threat to American trees since Dutch Elm Disease or chestnut blight.

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June 20, 2011A daunting task

Gurnee foresters are giving a boost to ash trees with an injection that will help them ward off emerald ash borer larvae that are killing hundreds of trees in town.

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June 17, 2011Gurnee battling emerald ash borers

Gurnee’s village forester today resumed leading crews injecting chemicals into certain trees in an effort to protect them from the deadly emerald ash borer for about two years. Village board trustees set aside $100,000 in the 2011-12 budget for the initial fight against the pest that invades and kills ash trees. The village has at least 3,347 public parkway ash trees and thousands more on private property.

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June 14, 2011Gurnee begins trunk injections to save borer-infested ash trees

A series of trunk injection shots will be used in an attempt to save thousands of ash trees in Gurnee, according the village forester.

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June 14, 2011Village Of Gurnee Immunizes Trees Against Emerald Ash Borer

GURNEE, Ill. (CBS) – Far north suburban Gurnee is taking on the tree-killing emerald ash borer. As WBBM Newsradio 780′s Debra Dale reports, the Village of Gurnee began this week to protect thousands of ash trees with a cutting edge tree trunk injection treatment. Gurnee has more than 3,000 ash trees. At one time, the village was considering removing the ash trees, but opted to save them instead.

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June 08, 2011It’s Bug vs. Bug in Latest Attempt to Save Ash Trees

Tiny parasitic wasps, Wisconsin's newest weapon in the war against the emerald ash borer, took flight Wednesday in a forest that is under siege from the invasive tree killer.

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June 01, 2011Cutting Edge News: Arborjet gets EPA approval of expanded TREE-äge label

Arborjet's TREE-äge in April received expanded label approval from the EPA to control several invasive species like Western pine beetle, mountain pine beetle and other associated engraver beetles.

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May 31, 2011City Begins Defense Against Emerald Ash Borer

City Begins Defense Against Emerald Ash Borer 2011.05.31 Forestry crews in Rochester are starting to treat more than 4,000 ash trees throughout the city to protect them from a destructive beetle. WXXI

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May 16, 2011Cherokee Triangle Association acts to protect ash trees

The Cherokee Triangle Association has begun inoculating 24 ash trees in public easements against the deadly disease caused by the Emerald Ash Borer beetle.
Workers from the Bob Ray Co. in Lyndon started the inoculations today by drilling holes at the base of a tree at 2315 Cherokee Parkway. The inserted plugs of an insecticide called Tree-age, which is supposed to be effective for two years to help prevent the disease.

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May 15, 2011Beetles Have a New Fight on Their Hands

Arborjet has announced that TREE-äge insecticide has received expanded label approval from the EPA to control several invasive species such as Western Pine Beetle, Mountain Pine Beetle and other associated Engraver Beetles. Arborists, landscapers and city officials in cities like Milwaukee and Chicago have used TREE-äge to treat tens of thousands of trees to protect their urban forests against the invasive pest known as Emerald Ash Borer.

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May 07, 2011Burr Rige, Il Continues Protecting Trees From Emerald Ash Borer

The Emerald Ash Borer is a problem in Burr  Ridge.


The EAB beetle is infesting ash trees in the area, essentially starving them. When enough of these one-half-inch long insects are living within an ash tree, they destroy the system that moves nutrients throughout the tree. When enough of them are living within a tree, the bark pulls away from the wood. There may be thousands of bores in one tree.

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April 15, 2011AzaSol

Landscapers, fruit growers and nursery care professionals now have a new tool in their pest management programs as Arborjet introduces AzaSol, water soluble, powdered azadirachtin product developed for biologically−based insect control. AzaSol is manufactured with a patented process resulting in a high potency, powdered azadirachtin product that is water soluble, solvent free and shelf stable for more than two years.

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April 15, 2011Chemical Insect & Pest Control Products

Growing Magazine - April, 2011 PRODUCT FOCUS Chemical Insect & Pest Control Products

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April 01, 2011Q&A: Tree Pest Identification and Management

Tree pests are a constant battle.To discuss tree pest concerns for 2011 as well as identification and management,Arbor Age recently interviewed Rob Gorden,national sales director for Arborjet.Gorden provides support to municipalities evaluating treatment options for invasive pests across the country.

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March 03, 2011Arborjet expands sales team with two new hires

Arborjet announced the addition of two new members to its sales team. Lee Mangum, the Southwest Regional Manager and Dawn Ranchie Fluharty, the Northwest Regional Manager will support the company’s continued growth in the invasive pest management and plant health business across the western United States. Invasive species such as the Gold Spotted Oak Borer, Mountain and Western Pine Beetle and Red Gum Lerp Psyllid have devastated urban forests across the western United States.

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February 23, 2011Iowa preparing for tree-killing insect

OTTUMWA,IOWA -- UPDATE: KTVO spoke with Arborist Jeff Palmer from Arborjet. He said there are alternatives to cutting down ash trees to avoid the Emerald Ash Borer; which is what the Iowa Department of Natural Resources recommended. The most cost -effective method is giving the ash tree a trunk injection treatment. The injection costs $50-$150 depending on tree size; and lasts two years. Palmer says cutting down ash trees can cost over $1,000 and that the trees serve a major purpose.

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January 28, 2011Product Spotlight: New Biological Insect Control From Arborjet

AzaSol from Arborjet is a new, water-soluble powdered azadirachtin product developed for biologically based insect control. It is manufactured with a patented process resulting in a very potent powdered azadirachtin product that is also solvent free and shelf stable for more than two years. By mixing AzaSol with water at the time of application, the solubility allows for superior flow, absorption, and utilization by plants.

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The Journal Gazette: Five Year Plan for City Trees Approved

Fort Wayne Indiana has approved a five year treatment plan to protect their ash trees against the Emerald Ash Borer.

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Lawn and Landscaping Magazine: The winter of our discontent

For the second straight year, unusual weather gave us an extremely challenging start to the season.

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Preparing for an insect invasion

An unusually warm winter means additional stress on trees from increased pest pressures.

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Winona to chemically treat trees against emerald ash borer

The city of Winona will spend $80,000 to chemically treat and inoculate up to 4,000 of the city’s ash trees against the emerald ash borer. Earlier this week public works staff presented findings and recommendations on Pointer and TREE-age, insecticides that have been found effective in inoculating ash trees against the destructive ash borer making its way toward Winona.

 
 

 

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