City Trees

September/October 2016

City Trees is a premier publication focused on urban + community forestry. In each issue, you’ll learn how to best manage the trees in your community and more!

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Science and peer-reviewed research confirms that, in soil and aquatic environments, is non-persistent and poses no measurable risk of harm to invertebrates. 1 TreeAzin is listed for organic tree care by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI). Choose the insecticide that has answers. For more information, please contact 1.888.236.7378 or visit I SHOULD HAVE ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE EFFECTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT. 1 Furlan, L., & Kreutzweiser, D. (2015). Alternatives to neonicotinoid insecticides for pest control: case studies in agriculture and forestry. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(1), 135-147.

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