Water-Jetting: An Instructional Video





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Published on May 18, 2016

Consulting Arborist Molly Batchelder from SBCA Tree teaches A Plus the proper method in water jetting.

Water jetting is a technique SBCA developed that uses high-pressure water and a probe to create air passages in the soil. Primary reason for use is mitigation for compacted soil. Water Jetting flushes soil out and does not compact the sides of the holes created. Water Jet can be used in conjunction with liquid fertilization only when soil and leaf tissue analysis indicate nutrient limitation.

Thank you SBCA for contributing to better practices in Urban Forest Management!


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