Hurricane Irma’s impact on much of Florida, was catastrophic – the most intense in the Atlantic since Dean in 2007. Like many other storms, Irma caused widespread damage to landscapes,
A few weeks ago, we set out to treat the white ash state champion of New Jersey. We were in for a nice surprise. It turns out the ash is
Though it’s almost August, there will still be plenty of hot weather ahead for many of us. For those of us treating trees, that means the battle against heat and
At the Arborjet R&D lab, we’re always hard at work innovating new products for the future. Each of our products is tested for effectiveness against pests and for plant and
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
Arborjet’s Technology Advancement Manager, Don Grosman, gave us an inside look at the first year of his Christmas Tree Farm. “I’ve wanted to start a tree farm since the mid 1980’s
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,
James Gist, CFO at Brick Ends Farm in Hamilton, Massachusetts took the time to explain how compost tea is made from earthworm castings and why it is beneficial for lawns, trees and gardens.
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
We are pleased to share another Arborjet product success story. This testimonial comes from Ron Osborn in California, who discusses his decision to save the Ponderosa Pines on his property.