For 18 years Arborists around the world have relied on Imidacloprid insecticide to protect many species of trees from killer insects such as the hemlock wooly adelgid, emerald ash borer, Asian long horned beetle, two-lined chestnut borer, bronze birch borer and oak borers, as well as many other pests of trees.  Imidacloprid is so prevalent for good reason: It is one of the safest, most effective, affordable and trusted insecticides in arboriculture today.

Arborists believe in Imidacloprid, its effectiveness, its safety, and its importance to the health and well-being of hundreds of thousands of trees that would not be alive without it.