CHEMJET.US

Kerrville, Texas
© ChemjetUS 2015
Injection Uptake Varies for S.O.D - 5 to 45 minutes
for Oak Wilt - 3-5 Hours 
Chemjet Tree Injectors   -     Environmentally Friendly Tree Saver Chemjet is an Australian company which developed, produces and sells the Chemjet Tree injector. The injector is economical, efficient reusableand refillable, as well as environmentally sound tool to control plant diseases by injecting trees with chemicals. Using the Chemjet injector, no chemicals escape into the environment. Disease control methods using the Chemjet Tree Injector have been successful worldwide for more than 35 years.  The Chemjet® Injector is a spring-loaded Syringe, with a 20mm tapered nozzle to assist when placing the injector into the tree. Like a syringe, the chemical is drawn into the chamber of the injector in measured 10, 15 or 20ml quantities. The injector is then locked off by turning the handle in a clockwise direction.  Chemjet® Tree Syringe, can be Re-used and Re-loaded, Time and Time AGAIN A Time and Labor Saving Device, Simple to Use  - With Effective Results For Your Trees And Money Savings - In Your Pocket The aim of tree injection is to utilise the trees natural transport system to distribute pesticides, fungicides and fertilizers to the areas where they are most effective without releasing any of these chemicals in the environment. In addition compounds can be injected which boosts the trees own defense mechanism. The injectors are placed in the tree by drilling a 4.2mm or 11/64" (wood dependent) hole 50mm deep then utilise the tapered nozzle to secure the injector firmly in place. Turning the handle anti clockwise  will then release the device and inject the tree with the desired amount of chemical. A tree's circulatory system can be likened to that of a human. The tree takes up carbon dioxide and energy from the sun through the leaves where it photosynthesis' it's food. The food (sugars and carbohydrates) then dissolve in the sap and are carried downwards through the inner bark. This food is then distributed to every living cell in the tree including the root system. Applying chemicals to the plant tissue by spraying is inefficient especially in the fight against root pathogens. Getting Started Be sure to lubricate the Chemjet Syringes with                                                             click to enlarge Silicone spray of WD 40 Lubricant by incerting the sprayer straw down the top of the syringe . .   See Photo    For Oak Wilt:  Prepare the Propiconazole 14.3%  solution with a 50/50% product and water. For S O D :      Prepare a 30% solution - 11oz Potassium Phosphie with 21oz of water    Be sure to place the injectors between the bark forrows (Closer to the sap wood) and on a downward 45 degrees angle. Be sure to follow the " How to use  Instructions "  http://www.chemjet.us/how_to_use.html  
WD 40 Spray