Arborjet to Treat Largest White Ash in the Country
June 8, 2021

June 9, 10:00 a.m.
100 Ridgedale Ave.
Madison, NJ

Arborjet, Inc. will be treating the largest ash in the country – “the white ash state champion,” located in Madison, NJ. The ash measures 21 feet and 3 inches circumference, 115 feet height and 111 crown feet, according to the New Jersey Forest Service Big Tree Registry. This will be the third treatment for the ash, which will receive an environmentally sound, trunk injection to protect against the highly invasive Emerald Ash Borer (EAB.) EAB is a bright metallic green beetle that feeds and breeds primarily on ash trees. A native of Asia, it has killed millions of trees in the U.S. and Canada since its discovery in 2002, and is regarded as one of the most destructive forest pests in North America.


Arborjet Taking Root Scholarship 2021
May 5, 2021

May 5, 2021, Boston, MA: Now in its eighth consecutive year, Arborjet Taking Root Scholarship Program will award eligible applicants up to $10,000. Arborjet Inc. a leader in plant health care, announces the 2021 program will award scholarships to graduating high school seniors who plan to pursue a forestry related major and career (e.g. Urban Forestry, Plant Sciences, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Entomology, and Plant Pathology.)


Arborjet Expanding Their Offering With The Supersonic Air Knife
May 3, 2021

May 3, 2021, Woburn, MA: Arborjet Inc. a leader in plant health, is excited to announce today the latest addition to its expanding offering of tools for arborists, landscapers and utilities – the Supersonic Air Knife, also known as SAK.

Thomas Hursen founded Supersonic Air Knife, Inc. over 25 years ago and obtained numerous patents on the technology. “It is with great confidence that we have now officially transferred all assets to Aborjet, Inc. who we are confident will continue to create and expand the SAK tools with the same high quality and attention to detail that our customers have come to expect. We are thankful to pass on our Supersonic Air Knife legacy to a company with such a strong reputation of innovation and environmental stewardship,” Hursen said.


Arborjet Sets New Standard with AccuFlo Soil Injector ISD
April 22, 2021

April 16, 2021: Arborjet | Ecologel sets a new standard with the introduction of their new, soil injector, the AccuFlo Soil Injector ISD. The patent pending device is lighter, faster, and more accurate than other devices. This flexible system offers an ideal solution for applicators to precisely apply plant growth regulators, fertilizers, and more as a soil injection, but also as a soil drench or spray.


New Study Shows Hydretain Results on Turfgrass Irrigated at 40% ET
March 12, 2021


March 11, 2021: Arborjet | Ecologel Solutions LLC., leaders in plant health and water management solutions, are pleased to announce conclusive results of a recent research study involving Ecologel’s flagship brand, Hydretain®. The research concluded that Hydretain was among the top two performing treatments for quality ratings and turf density throughout the study. The comprehensive field study was conducted by Mark M. Mahady & Associates, a leading consultant to the turfgrass industry.


Arborjet | Ecologel Proudly Supports GreenCare for Troops Program & SnowCare Removal for Frontline Workers
February 16, 2021

Ocala, FL. Feb. 10, 2021: Arborjet | Ecologel, leaders in plant health care and water management solutions, announced that for the third consecutive year, they will be an official Silver sponsor of Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops™ program. “We are proud to continue to support Project EverGreen as their mission directly aligns with our philosophy of preserving green spaces, including lawns, trees, parks and communities in a sustainable way. We look forward to supporting our troops and frontline workers through the 2021 season” said Ecologel President Rick Irwin.



Arborjet and the ISA Partner to Support the Tree Fund
January 19, 2021

Woburn, MA. Jan 19, 2021: Arborjet | Ecologel is pleased to announce that through a partnership with the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) they have made a $15,000 donation in support of the TREE Fund. Arborjet is working with various ISA chapters across the country, where they have matched donations to help grow this important fundraising initiative. Through their virtual conferences and events, Arborjet has matched contributions with the following ISA chapters in 2020:


Arborjet Announces Shortstop 2SC Plant Growth Regulator Now Labeled for Trees & Shrubs
December 18, 2020


Woburn, MA.,Oct. 22, 2020: Arborjet Inc., the leading manufacturer in tree and plant care is pleased to announce that the Plant Growth Regulator, Shortstop® 2SC is now available to be used on both trees and shrubs. Applicators may use it as a soil drench for trees and shrubs and as a foliar spray for shrubs.


Arborjet Sponsors Events For Vail Valley Foundation
December 16, 2020

Boston, MA./ Vail, CO., December 15, 2020:

Arborjet | Ecologel, the leading plant health care company is pleased to announce its continued support of Vail Valley Foundation by sponsoring this year’s special winter event: “Magic of Lights Vail” as well as the Vail Valley Foundation’s Vilar Performing Arts Center Concert Series. Arborjet has been a proud sponsor of Xfinity Birds of Prey Audi FIS Ski World Cup for the past four years, including its new Ski for a Tree Campaign, the company’s latest initiative to help preserve the country’s most treasured trees. Working with area partners, the goal is to raise awareness and broaden education about the mountain region and its trees.


Arborjet to Treat at Fort St. Clair Cemetery
November 9, 2020

EATON, O.H, November 11, 2020: In an effort to preserve the country’s trees and urban forests and to increase public awareness about invasive pests and disease, Arborjet, a leader in plant health, will be treating an ancient Spruce Tree, located on the grounds of the Fort Saint Clair Cemetery property. The tree, based on diameter alone, is tied as the third largest Norway Spruce in the state of Ohio, and is estimated to be almost 230 years old.