Preserving the Oldest Tree in BuffaloOctober 9, 2019
Oct. 9, 2019, 10:00 am
Arborjet, a leader in tree and plant health, will be treating the oldest tree in Buffalo for Anthracnose (Leaf Blight). This is a fungus that winters on twig tissue, causing leaf spots, considerable defoliation, and sometimes complete leaf loss. It weakens the tree and renders it more susceptible to incoming pests and diseases. Because Buffalo’s sycamore is well over 250 years old, treatment is necessary to reduce the impact of Anthracnose, and to assure the tree remains healthy for generations to come.
Different species of Anthracnose impact a variety of tree species, including oak, ash, maple, elm, hickory, walnut, birch, linden, sycamore and dogwood. Sycamore, white oak and dogwood are particularly susceptible. The primary signs to look for are tan to red-brown lesions that extend along the veins and edges of the leaf.
Experts at Arborjet recommend treatment with Propizol or PHOSPHO-jet by systemic tree injection. Treatment is best applied in the fall when trees are in full leaf and actively growing to help control next season’s anthracnose development. Research shows that PHOSPHO-jet may also be applied following leaf coloration. It inhibits fungal cells while eliciting a plant health response from the tree; promoting stronger, healthier tree cells, enhancing root development, and triggering the tree’s natural defense mechanisms to make it more resistant to infection and better able to recover
Media, residents and local arborists are invited to attend and watch a demonstration of the treatment process, and to learn more about the options available to both homeowners and municipalities to protect and save their trees. Arborjet will be working with Davey Tree and SiteOne on this project.
Arborjet will donate the treatment as part of their “Saving America’s Iconic Trees,” program, the company’s latest initiative to ensure the health and longevity of the country’s trees. The campaign targets America’s most beloved trees, often located in public parks and gardens and other historic sites, offering complimentary treatment to prevent insects, disease and poor health.
Research shows that trunk injections not only help save trees, but are also far more cost effective than removing and replacing mature trees.
This cutting-edge treatment method:
- Injects and seals the formulation directly into a tree’s vascular system. Nothing is placed in the soil or into the air.
- Allows a tree to be treated for over 20 years if needed, before the costs equal that of removing and replacing a tree.
- Has allowed major cities like Chicago, Milwaukee and Rochester to save their trees for a cost of less than $50 per tree.
- Saves mature trees, which reduce CO2 production, energy costs, and stormwater runoff while maintaining property values.
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Kurdmongkoltham has vast experience working on row crop pests and diseases, as well as foodborne pathogens. Her experience in extension work includes leading and coordinating Florida First Detector workshops, teaching growers, Master Gardeners, and the public on identifying tree pests and diseases.
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Building on the continued success of the company, Arborjet & Ecologel., industry leaders in plant health continue to enhance their position in the marketplace with the recent expansion of their marketing division, and customer service operations.
After playing a vital role in many marketing initiatives at the company, Kristin Nikodemski has been promoted to Marketing Manager. She joined Arborjet in 2014 as a Product Marketing Manager, bringing with her four years of green industry brand support and development. Kristin will oversee and manage all messaging, branding, advertising, strategy, and development of new and existing products, while continuing to support the needs of the national sales team. In addition, she manages Arborjet’s horticulture website TheDirtOnDirt.com. Kristin is a graduate of Salve Regina University.
Director of Marketing at Ecologel Solutions LLC. was inducted as the new Secretary-Treasurer for FNGLA.June 26, 2019
Ocala, FL. June 25, 2019: Sarah Spatola, Director of Marketing at Ecologel Solutions LLC., a premier developer and manufacturer of innovative products for water conservation, was inducted as the new Secretary-Treasurer for the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association (FNGLA). FNGLA’s Nominating Committee, chaired by Immediate Past President Ed Bravo, proudly recommended Spatola and other Board Officers for the 2019-20 term, which begins July 1. Elections took place June 22, during FNGLA’s Annual Convention.
Proven Treatment for Spotted LanternflyJune 19, 2019
Woburn, MA. April 25, 2019: Arborjet Inc., a revolutionary tree and plant health care company has developed a proven and effective treatment solution to help mitigate the Spotted Lanternfly (SLF.) According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture this invasive pest “could be the most destructive species in 150 years.”
Native to Asia, the brightly colored planthopper was first discovered in Pennsylvania in 2014. Established populations are now found in Pennsylvania and Virginia and the pest has been identified in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland, and other bordering states are on alert. The Spotted Lanternfly nymphs will feed on a wide range of plant species, including grape, hops, grasses and fruit trees, while adults prefer to feed on trees, particularly Tree of Heaven, walnut, maple, birch, and others, posing a serious threat to agriculture and tourism.
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Based on feedback from tree care professionals across the country, Arborjet, a trusted leader in tree and plant health has expanded the TREE-äge® legacy by enhancing its flagship brand with the launch of an innovative new product, TREE-äge® R10.
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Announcement of Official Sponsorship of Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops ProgramFebruary 14, 2019
Arborjet & Ecologel Solutions LLC, leaders in plant health care solutions and water conservation management, announced they will be an official 2019 Silver sponsor of Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Troops™ program. This is a need based program for active-duty deployed service members. In 2018, the program engaged close to 1,500 active volunteers, who helped more than 700 military families maintain their home lawns. Since its inception, more than 11,000 military families and 6,000 contractors have registered for the program. (more…)
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Joe Aiken, Regional Technical Manager for the Great Lakes region and Canada. Aiken has 30-plus years experience in the tree care industry. “Joe Aiken has provided valuable insight to help guide a diverse set of clients with their plant health care decisions. He shares the belief and goal of tree preservation, and the importance of educating others on the benefit of environmentally sustainable solutions for maintaining and caring for the world’s urban forests,” said Russ Davis Arborjet President and COO. (more…)
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The site contains pertinent information on product usage – how it works, where it can be used, how long it lasts, its safety around children and pets, among other important facts and FAQs. Hydretain.com caters to a broad range of professionals from landscape contractors, property managers, greenhouse, nursery and agricultural professionals, to municipalities, schools, and golf course superintendents, as well as homeowners. (more…)