APVMA issues an Emergency Use Permit for Ema-ject® For Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer Western Australia.
The APVMA have issued an emergency use permit to Department of Primary Industries & Regional Development WA for the use of Ema-ject® in Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer.
Wollongong’s Belmore Basin Fig Trees at Moreton Bay & Port Jackson are now protected with Ficus Psyllid Treatment Ema-ject
Norfolk Island Hibiscus (Lagunaria patersonii) is a hibiscus tree endemic to Norfolk Island. It is widely planted throughout Australia; it is favoured by councils for its amenity value and minimal maintenance requirements. But there is a considerable downside when it comes to its seed pods and the dispersal of irritating fibres. Residents liken the allergic reaction to these fibres as pure hell. All is not lost as there may be a promising solution in controlling the trees seed pod production.
The University of the Sunshine Coast trials Elmsavers Novel 2 Fungicide on Quambalaria Shoot Tip Blight (Quambalaria Pitereka) and Myrtle Rust (Austropuccinia Psidii). Both Eucalyptus and Corymbia species were trialled. Delivery methods were wet spray and direct bark application. Encouraging results point to further research and product registration with the APVMA. Elmsavers Novel 2 fungicide has the advantage of multi seasonal control as seen in other field trials with other species. The delivery can either be direct tree injection or bark application. Bark application is an extremely fast and efficient way of delivering chemistry, the active ingredients quickly penetrates the periderm.
Fruit Tree Borer Maroga Melanostigma is a native lepidopteran insect (moth) that attacks and
disfigures deciduous ornamentals during the caterpillar stages of the insect’s lifecycle.
Clients often call us only after the disease becomes evident in late Spring. We recommend that clients undertake treatment now during the dormant Winter phase. This allows ample time for the chemistry to translocate evenly throughout the tree. By the time Spring arrives your tree will be protected. Late treatments will still arrest the disease as seen in the recovery sequences below.
This high profile European Olive -Olea europaea, is located at 130 Lonsdale Street in Melbourne’s CBD
Ema-Ject® tree injectable insecticide RTU is a new and unique water-soluble formulation of emamectin benzoate developed in Australia by Environmental Tree Technologies for direct tree injection.
Ema-ject is Australia’s only tree injectable form of emamectin benzoate, a bio-pesticide. This product manifests great potential in treating a wide range of tree invertebrates than the standard imidacloprid products currently available.
There has been an increase in Elm Leaf Spot infestation and infection treatment failures. Recent rains and high humidity levels are causing this wind borne disease to spread rapidly. Areas hit particularly hard are Coastal regions of Eastern Australia.
The best time of the year to monitor your trees health and advise accordingly. Inspect for insecticidal resistance, very serious and pending, developing in certain areas. Treating on cue to minimise the risk and keep chemistry levels high. More even chemical dispersal throughout the canopy particularly in dry conditions.
Elm leaf beetles inflict their worst damage during the larval stages of their life cycle. If left to their own devices, these beetles will mature and render a tree leafless. It’s possible for beetles to leave a tree completely defoliated in a week if the problem is not addressed.
Phytophthora species affects a wide range of ornamental plants, in many cases tree injection it not possible and other treatments methods are required.
A large elm with a trunk diameter of 100cm requires 56 grams of active constituent when soil injected at the label rate for elm leaf beetle. FACT.
Elm Leaf Spot is a fungal disease that is now becoming widespread and is a continual problem that will reoccur every year. Symptoms of Elm Leaf Spot are now evident on many elms. Susceptible species and cultivars include Golden, Weeping, Horizontal and English elms. If not treated this disease will begin to defoliate your tree rapidly over the next few weeks.
Elmsavers and our associates can solve all of your arboricultural service needs. Our highly qualified and experienced team are dedicated to delivering comprehensive and professional tree care service. The complete tree care team Elmsavers has over 25 years experience in horticultural and arboricultural pest and disease control