Savings of $100 per case on Trimtect 1 Gallon.
Keep your HTI-2000 in shape for spring with these winterization tips.
Early Order Programs (EOPs) are designed to bring added costs down
Scale insects can be interesting, damaging, and sedentary pests of many landscape trees and shrubs.
Interview with authors of Tree Injection: Best Management Practices
The Disease Triangle simply tells us that a disease does not exist
Spring is the time for new leaves and flowers as trees ‘wake-up’
What are they and how do they help plants and you? PGR’s are organic compounds
How New Technology is Changing the Shrub Maintenance Insdustry (Lawn & Landscape Magazine)
Start the season off right with equipment that’s ready to work for you
Is your injection equipment prepared for 2016? Don’t fall behind
Every organism on this planet has to answer one basic question: How do I capture more energy
Arbor Age magazine awards our new “Q” products for 2015
To generate awareness of this devastating pest
Arbor Age has awarded the iQ Tree Infuser with its A+ Award!
Emily Bick is the Research and Development Project Manager for Rainbow Treecare Scientific Advancements
Issue Date: September AA 2013, Posted On: 9/16/2013 By Brandon M. Gallagher Watson Olde timey gardeners are full of all sorts of useful advice. Plant tomatoes when lily-of-the-valley blooms. Plant peppers when the iris bloom. Plant corn when oak leaves are the size of a squirrel’s ear. People have been observing and recording these coinciding…
Issue Date: October AA 2013, Posted On: 10/18/2013 Caring for Trees of Different Ages By Brandon M. Gallagher Watson If you have small kids, you no doubt have regularly scheduled doctor visits. In fact, the smaller the kid, the more frequent the visits. Babies get checked every few weeks, then every few months, until their…
Issue Date: July/Aug AA 2013, Posted On: 8/5/2013 By Brandon M. Gallagher Watson In Minnesota, where I live, we are having an incredibly wet season this year. We have had more days in June with rain than days without. We have not had two weekends in a row without rain since the first weekend of…
Systemic applications were a revolution in plant science when they became available in the mid-20th Century. For trees, we most often think of systemic treatments as those applied to the roots. This is usually performed by applying a product with a foot of the trunk where the fibrous roots absorb it and move it up the vascular system to the canopy.
Issue Date: April AA 2013, Posted On: 4/24/2013 By Brandon M. Gallagher Watson Emerald ash borer draws frequent comparisons to Dutch elm disease. In many respects, they are similar. Both are fatal conditions, both are caused by an exotic agent, and both affect a prominent species in the urban forest. When Dutch elm disease was…
As you may have noticed, it’s been dry. Last year, 2012, was one of the most stressful years for plants on record. In the northern parts of the country, folks were treated to a gloriously warm and early spring, up to six weeks ahead of schedule in many places. Full Article
The iQ Tree Infuser was designed with you, the professional, in mind. We looked at all aspects of application