Arborjet PGR now available for tree and shrub use
Shortstop 2SC
Arborjet Inc.

Arborjet PGR now available for tree and shrub use

Applicators may use Shortstop 2SC as a soil drench for trees and shrubs and as a foliar spray for shrubs.

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Arborjet Inc. has announced that its plant growth regulator, Shortstop 2SC, is now available for use on both trees and shrubs. Applicators may use it as a soil drench for trees and shrubs and as a foliar spray for shrubs.

“Shortstop 2SC provides a number of benefits, which include the reduction in plant growth, the production of thicker, waxier leaves, increased fibrous roots, and enhanced flowering. With these changes in morphological characteristics, we are observing healthier plants that require less pruning and may express greater resistance to environmental stresses,” said Arborjet director of research and development, Joe Doccola.

The addition of the shrub label will provide the following benefits for end users:

  • One product may now be used for both trees and shrubs, reducing shelf space and label management
  • Above ground growth regulation means less time spent shearing and shaping
  • Less people power needed, allowing more time for other jobs
  • Less debris generated means less dump and disposal fees
  • Increased drought resistance – more fibrous roots help find available water
  • Increased disease suppression – thicker, waxier leaves make it harder for fungi and fruiting bodies to take hold 
  • Improved appearance – treated plants typically have denser, greener leaves, show less signs of chlorosis, and have more flowers