Recently we bought some land and are building a home. We have several
large pine trees that are a big part of the landscape. I noticed some
holes in the side of the trees and had a local nurseryman look at
them. He said we have pine bark beetles in the trees and suggested a
treatment using the Wedgle Direct-Inject system as shown on
www.arborsystems.com. I think the insecticide that woud be injected
is called Pointer. Does anyone have experience with this system? I
would appreciate any comments and further suggestions about how to
deal with this problem. Thanks, Jack
I need to add that they local nurseryman recommended that the trees
needed to be drilled and injected with the Pointer. However, Arbor
systems said that drilling is not recommended for conifurs and that,
instead, their injector should be used.
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