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Fall Treatment Round-Up

Ahhh…. the dog days of summer are here and soon the leaves on the trees will be turning beautiful shades of yellow, orange and red.  For those of us in the plant health care field or landscape industry, it will be time to put our heads down and finish up all those projects and services […]

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Seeding Techniques For a Healthier Golf Course

Written by Arborjet’s Turf, Ornamental, and Golf Specialist, Kevin Lewis   Turfgrasses play a larger role in everyday life than many people realize. “I asked the waiter, ‘Is this milk fresh?’ He said. ‘Lady three hours ago it was grass.’” Phyllis Diller Established stands of grasses benefit the environment in multiple ways including purification of air, water runoff […]

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Oak Wilt – Protect Your Trees Today!

Oak Wilt treated vs untreated

Oak Wilt is a devastating vascular wilt disease that commonly affects all oaks, but most commonly species in the red oak family. It spreads rapidly through the tree’s vascular system and can kill susceptible trees in a matter of weeks. Once it’s been confirmed in the area, it is most often transmitted through underground root […]

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Arborjet to Treat Buffalo’s Oldest Sycamore Tree in September

This week, we hosted a joint press meeting with the mayor of Buffalo, New York, to announce our upcoming treatment of Buffalo’s oldest sycamore tree in September. Along with SiteOne, Draves Tree Service, and the City of Buffalo’s forestry department, we will be donating this treatment to protect the sycamore against anthracnose.     Anthracnose, […]

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Arborjet and Princeton Tree Care Treat U.S.A. Ash Tree Champion

Ash Champion

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 actually the largest in the country.     Our Mid-Atlantic Regional Technical Manager Trent Dicks partnered with Princeton Tree Care for the donation treatment event […]

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Treating the Largest Ash Tree in North America

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, north of Travers City, Michigan. “It is 88 inches in diameter and when you see pictures you realize how big that is,” said Aiken. “We […]

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Oak Wilt Invades San Antonio, TX

Originally published July 23, 2014 Oak Wilt is a fungal disease that attacks the vascular tissue of the tree, which can be fatal if left untreated. It has been in the United States for decades and has slowly made its way into the urban centers of San Antonio. There is no total prevention or cure […]

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Halt the Spread of Pine Bark Beetle Infestations

There are numerous species of bark beetles, which infest conifers throughout North America. Adults tunnel through the bark, mate, and lay eggs in the phloem (inner bark). The larvae develop in the phloem and cambial region, while pupal development is completed in the outer bark. Adults develop from pupae and emerge by boring out through […]

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Stop Sudden Oak Death This Fall

Sudden oak death (SOD) is the common name for a fatal tree disease caused by Phytophthora ramorum, a species of oomycetes that are similar to fungi. SOD is one of 59 species of Phytophthora, all of which cause disease in plants, such as coast live oak, California black oak, Shreve oak, tan oak, and canyon […]

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