Urban foresters, arborists and tree care professionals now have an easily transportable way for tree and shrub pesticide and fertilizer applications under the soil surface. The EZ-Ject Soil Injector has a semi-transparent container for viewing product usage, adjustable injection depth from two to eight inches and a replaceable hardened steel tip. And, now, it is available in two sizes – The original which weighs 14 pounds and the new Lite version at 8.5 pounds. The soil injector is great for those hard-to-reach areas and professionals who don’t have the use of a high-pressure spray rig. For more information, click here.
You can still direct-inject pines and conifers through November with ArborSystems products as long as the outside temperature is above 45 degrees. Why? Treatments can be made anytime during the growing season and that includes fall for conifers and pines. And fall treatments provide a carryover to the following year giving a minimum of 12-month preventative and curative protection. And one of the direct-injection benefits…avoid chemical drift into unwanted areas which comes from spraying tall pines. And remember, ArborSystems has a complete line of tree injection systems, insecticides, fungicides, antibiotics, micronutrients and tree growth regulators designed to meet a broad range of tree care needs. For more information, click here.
EZ-Ject Herbicide Lance, from our sister company, controls trees without felling, eliminates drift and spill risks. EZ-Ject Copperhead Herbicide Shells active ingredient is Imazapyr and controls American Beech, Ash, Aspen, Bald Cypress, Bigleaf Maple, Blackgum, Boxelder, Cherry, Chinaberry, Chinese Tallow-Tree, Dogwood, Hawthorn, Hickory, Maple, Mulberry, Oak, Persimmon, Poplar, Yellow Poplar, Privet, Red Alder, Red Maple, Sassafras, Sourwood. Sumac, Sweetgum and Willow. For more information, click here.
Direct-inject pines and conifers through November with ArborSystems Shepherd Fungicide as long as the outside temperature is above 45 degrees. Treatments can be made anytime during the growing season which includes fall for conifers and pines. And fall treatments provide a carryover to the following year giving a minimum of 12-month preventative and curative protection. Shepherd treats Diplodia Tip Blight, a fungus disease affecting pines, by direct injection which lets you place the chemical where the conifers can easily absorb it. So, no more spraying those tall pines and avoid the chemical drift into unwanted areas. For more information, click here.
Always clean your Wedgle Injection unit at the end of your work season to keep it from clogging or corroding for next year’s use. After removing your chemical pack, make your last injections for the day as there is approximately 2.5 ml of chemical retained in the injection unit. Submerge your unit in a bucket of water until the top QC coupler is underwater and squeeze the handles five to ten times. Then remove the injection tip from the unit and replace the dust plugs on both QC couplers. Or for more information on water flushing with the garden hose adapter, click here.
EZ-Ject Herbicide Lance, from our sister company, kills trees and thins stands with no heavy equipment hassles. EZ-Ject Diamondback Herbicide Shells active ingredient is Imazapyr and controls Alder, Ash, Quaking Aspen, Bigleaf Maple, Birch, Black Cherry, Cascara, Ceanothus, Chamise, Cherry, Cottonwood, Dogwood, Douglas Fir, Elderberry, Elm, Eucalyptus, Hackberry, Hawthorn, Hazel, Hemlock, Hickory, Honey Locust, Lodgepole Pine, Madron, Manzanita, Maple, Mountain Maple, Oak, Persimmon, Pin Cherry, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Ponderosa Pine, Poplar, Yellow Poplar, Redbud, Sagebrush, Sassafras, Sourwood, Sumac, Sweetgum, Tan Oak, Vine Maple, Waxmyrtle, Western Red Cedar and Willow. For more information, click here.
A few more weeks remain to provide protection for leaf disease next Spring by treating trees in late summer. Leaf diseases such as Anthracnose, Diplodia Tip Blight, Dutch Elm disease, Crabapple Leaf disease, Oak Wilt disease and Powdery Mildew can be treated with ArborSystems Shepherd fungicide. The fungicide needs to be in the leaf before it emerges and is infected. By treating the tree in late summer, the chemical can still move up into the tree. When the tree shuts down for winter and leaves drop, there is still fungicide in the buds so leaves are protected next spring. And a single application provides season-long suppression. For more information, click here.
RETRIEVER InsecticideThis flyer hightlights RETRIEVER Insecticide for tree injection application using the Wedgle direct-inject system to ornamental or non-bearing fruit and nut trees. Retriever Insecticide may be applied by injection directly into ornamental or non-bearing fruit and nut trees.
Retriever 8 1/2 x 11 Flyer WEB Version
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Retriever 8 1/2 x 11 Flyer PRINTER Version
Item #AS-Retriever 060117
(23 MB PDF)
ArborSystems demonstrated the Wedgle Direct-Inject Tree Injection System to arborists, urban foresters and tree care professionals from North and South America, Europe and Asia. The Wedgle is an advanced tree technology system that delivers chemicals fast and effectively without drilling damage and virtually no environmental exposure. We introduced Retriever Insecticide, our newest direct-inject chemical product. It controls Aphids, Caterpillars, Scale, Japanese Beetles, Leaf Miners, Leafhoppers and other pests. And ArborSystems displayed their other tree injection systems and insecticides, fungicides, antibiotics, micronutrients and tree growth regulators designed to meet a broad range of tree care needs. For more information if you missed the show, click here.