Recent content by BrianGehan

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    Arborjet QUIK-jet Air Kit for Sale

    Mostly my schedule is pretty stacked up with enough climbing/rigging work - stick to what I know. They certainly seemed to take a hit with that long wet spring. Here's to hoping that they'er on there way out!
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    Arborjet QUIK-jet Air Kit for Sale

    I have for sale a QUIK-jet Air complete kit that was purchased from Treestuff last spring, and used on six projects injecting Ace-jet for brown tail moth caterpillars. All told this kit has injected about 50 trees, and was flushed at the end of every day with a water, then cleaner, then more...
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    Quik-jet Air, FSeries Tree IV, or BioForest EcoJect??

    That could be a good option. Do you have any first hand experience with how affective is it when soil injected? I do a lot of work in shore land zone where spray and soil injection are against code, so I would still need other options. But, it could still be a good item in the quiver.
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    Quik-jet Air, FSeries Tree IV, or BioForest EcoJect??

    Anyone have any experience with the higher pressure FSeries Tree IV? Looks like I'd likely be injecting Ace-Jet for brown tail infestation. The dosage range for the average size trees I'd be treating runs about 50 - 100 mLs for injection, and 75 - 200 mLs for infusion (IV). I'm just wondering if...
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    Quik-jet Air, FSeries Tree IV, or BioForest EcoJect??

    How would you say successful uptake is with the quick-jet air versus other systems, especially when conditions are drier, colder or hotter than ideal? I'm just thinking of needing to cram projects into the short season that we have here in Maine for brown tail injection. Thanks
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    Quik-jet Air, FSeries Tree IV, or BioForest EcoJect??

    I'm planning on investing in a trunk injection system, primarily to treat red oaks here in Maine for brown tail. In the past I have used Mauget and Tree Tech single use capsule injectors with varying results with uptake. I am totally willing to spend the money on a more efficient system, as it...
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    WTB ART Positioner

    Looking for any ART Positioners out there that might be collecting dust in your closet. Thanks
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    SOLD: DC Compressor air supply & 4-valve control system

    Here are some photos of the whole air supply kit.
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    SOLD: DC Compressor air supply & 4-valve control system

    The manufacturer is Airbagit. Here is the link to the page on their site that shows the new version of this air supply system. This is an older analog version - otherwise very similar.
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    Klein Tools 63530 Heavy-Duty 30" Bolt Cutters - Like New - $120

    Treestuff says: "These heavy duty Klein Bolt Cutters are a high quality, made in the USA product with all-purpose, center-cut jaws for soft, medium, and hard metals. Handles have heavy vinyl grips with flat grip ends for 90° cuts. Forged, alloy tool steel jaws are precision ground for sure...
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    SOLD: DC Compressor air supply & 4-valve control system

    12V DC powered onboard air compressor, tank, filter/water trap, four valves, and valve controller (dash mounted, w/ psi readout dials), is a "plug and play" complete kit with all hoses, hardware, and complete instructions needed for installation. This kit is designed to control/adjust airbag...
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    SOLD: Tree Tech Merit Imidacloprid Micro Injectors - case of 100 for $200

    I am selling a full case of 100 Tree Tech Merit 6ml Micro Injectors that contain a 17% concentration of imidacloprid. Effective against ALB, EAB, and many other common tree pests. These micro injectors are an easy to administer, and economical option for companies that are not ready to tackle...
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    Rig N' Wrench

    I have the same Rig Saver Prusik set up and have been using it girthed onto smaller anchor limbs (the prusik is quite long to make all the wraps on the 5/8" sling). For larger anchor limbs I attached it (prusik knot) to a short 1/2" eye sling as an adjustable anchor sling for the R&W (R&W passes...
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    Saka vs Velox?

    Thanks, Richard, for the great video. I always appreciate your thorough design approach. Your comparison of the Roll'n'Lock and the Duck was also very helpful, while I was putting together my current system. I know this is an evolutionary step backward in rope ascent for you, but I'm curious...