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Fireblight. How to Identify and Treat

Fireblight spreads quickly between trees in close proximity. Pollinators, rain and wind can spread the disease. Description & Treatment Fireblight is a bacterial disease affecting apple, pear, crabapple, hawthorn, and quince. It spreads quickly between trees in close proximity. Pollinators, rain and wind can spread the disease.   The pathogen (Erwinia amylovora) can spread through the […]

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Proven Treatment for Spotted Lanternfly

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture this invasive pest  “could be the most destructive species in 150 years.”   Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive pest, originally from Asia that is currently and rapidly spreading across the country. Native to Asia, the brightly colored planthopper was first discovered in Pennsylvania in 2014.Established populations are now found in […]

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Save Water. Improve fruit set and extend water access for dry farming.

Humectants when properly combined with other compounds, can condense water vapor into a droplet that is useable to the plant. Many people are familiar with the use of wetting agents designed to break surface tension and allow irrigation or rain water to penetrate the soil. They do a great job in this respect but they […]

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Updates from this year’s Golf Industry and Sports Turf Management Association Shows

One of the biggest concerns, still continues to be water management. At this year’s, Golf Industry and Sports Turf Managers Association shows, one of the biggest concerns with professional turf managers still, continues to be water management.  Now, we’re not necessarily talking drought, but managing soil moisture is the main concern.  Compared to previous years, […]

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Fire Blight

It’s that time of year! We need to start planning our attack on that pesky bacteria that we are all too familiar with, Fire blight.  Though some seasons are worse than others, fire blight always seems to be found. But, there are some things that you can do to help suppress the symptoms of this […]

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AccuFlo

Why Use AccuFlo? • Saves time and money by eliminating waste and guesswork • Allows for multiple treatments made quickly and easily on different types and sizes of plants • Can be used to precisely apply fertilizers, moisture management solutions, plant growth regulators, or water soluble insecticides or fungicides Arborjet’s initiative starts with identifying the […]

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Arborjet Sponsors Birds of Prey Event in Vail Valley, CO

Going into this New Year we are looking forward to participating in even more events with the green industry to preserve and enhance our natural and urban landscapes, as well as continuing to support tree health in our communities. Closing out 2018… In November, Beaver Creek and the Vail Valley foundation hosted the Xfinity Birds […]

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Update from the Road: Treating at Cornell University

Recently, we continued our Saving America’s Iconic Trees Tour with a stop at Cornell University. Along with members of the Cornell University staff, graduate students, and a Michael Grimm Landscape & Tree Service, we injected 47 trees, totaling 802” DBH, in the naturalized areas of the campus. Choosing Our Trees An Ash tree inventory was […]

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The Benefit of Fall Treatments: Anthracnose

Now that the dog days of summer are through, it’s time to get out there and apply fall treatments to protect your clients’ trees into the spring! Although there are a multitude of issues that could be affecting trees currently, one condition you are likely to be called upon to treat is anthracnose. Here’s what […]

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