Arborjet Revolutionary Plant Health Solutions

Research

Arborjet has its own fully staffed laboratory and field research team devoted to the discovery and development of the most effective equipment and formulations. Each of our injectable products is the result of collaborative laboratory research and extensive field trial work conducted across the U.S. and worldwide.

Committed

Arborjet is one of the few private enterprises in the world committed to the research and development of target specific treatment formulations designed exclusively for trunk injection. Many of the other treatment options available on the market today were developed by large chemical corporations with aerial spray or soil application procedures. Arborjet's research team uses the active ingredients from these products to create environmentally safer formulations for protecting our urban and natural forests.

How Effective is Trunk Injection?

Trunk injection administers a precise dosage rate of pesticide directly into the vascular system of trees.  Trunk injection provides a competitive advantage over alternative pest control methods. Independent research proves Arborjet out performs alternatives including, soil and spray applications as well as similar tree injection technologies and insecticides. Our Competitive Advantage

What is the Arborplug?

The Arborplug enables high volume, rapid product delivery to the xylem tissue of the tree. What else does it do?

  • Arborplug's tight seal in the tree enables pressure to be sustained throughout the injection process
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  • The self sealing septum prevents product leakage and "blow back".
  • Prevents lost or wasted product
  • Minimizes the number of injection sites
  • "Closed" injection sites limits wounding, speeds healing, inhibits decay or infection from entering site The Arborplug Advantage

 

 

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Emerald Ash Borer

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Pine Bark Beetles

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Rugose Spiraling Whitefly

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