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Environmentally  Friendly Tree Saver


  • Phytophthora, Root Rot, Trunk Cankers and Fruit Rots, in Fruit trees, Avocados and Durian.
  • Conifer Canker.
  • Silver Leaf in Apples and Pear Orchards.
  • Armillaria, Root Rot in Kiwi fruit.
  • Synopsis, Mango Blossom Malformation in Mangoes.
  • Phytophthora, Stem Canker and Black Pod in Cocoa.
  • Systemic Cultar Growth Regulator (Retardent) General.
  • Sudden Oak Death.
  • The Hairy Caterpillar


  • Utilises the trees Natural Transport System
  • Minimises Wastage & Maximises Efficiency
  • Spring Loaded Device


The aim of tree injection is to utilise the trees natural transport system to distribute pesticides, fungicides and fertilisers 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 injector is a spring-loaded device 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 20 ml quantities. The injector is then locked off by turning the handle in a clockwise direction.

Chem-Jet Tree Injector - 20ml

  • How To Use

    Holes are drilled into the tree using a 11/64 bit to a depth of about one inch, and the nozzle is pressed into the hole by hand (no hammering) to make a tight seal.  Note: you do not have to twist while inserting!   While holding the in place, the red handle is pulled back slightly then turned counterclockwise to allow the spring pressure to inject chemical into the tree

    How It Works

    The circulatory system of a tree moves water/sap up from the roots to the branches and then back down again along the inner bark. The tree takes up carbon dioxide and energy from the sun through the leaves/needles where photosynthesis makes food (carbohydrates). The food then dissolves in the sap and is carried downwards through the inner bark. This food is distributed to every living cell of the tree including the root system.

    Tapping into the natural circulatory process of a tree allows chemicals to be transported and rapidly dissipated throughout the entire tree, from the roots to the leaves, effectively minimizing waste and maximizing efficient use of treatment chemical

    Injecting chemicals into trees using the injector rather than spraying or soil drenching, is a more environmentally sound method of providing beneficial nutrients and treatment chemicals to trees.

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