Tree Stress Detection with HD Aviators Sunglasses

HD Aviators Sunglasses not only serve as nice, inexpensive sunglasses, but also are an inexpensive and amazingly reliable means for early detection of tree stress.


Years ago, I learned that “Blue Blocker” or “AmberVision” type sunglasses can be used as an early detection device for tree and plant stress. By filtering out blue and ultraviolet light, foliage that is stressed (often from drought and/or root injury/restrictions, will appear lighter green or yellow when wearing the sunglasses earlier than it will appear that way to the naked eye. So, during the growing season, I use them when inspecting clients’ trees to catch tree stress at an early stage, when remedial treatments can be far more effective. Often, it gives an early indication that the tree or other plant needs water. With elms, which are subject to the wilt disease, Dutch elm disease, it allows for early detection when therapeutic injections couple with pruning can actually save an infected elm.

HD Aviator Sunglasses appear to be the current version of these type glasses. You’re very likely to see ads for them on TV (if you’ve got insomia and find yourself channel surfing through infomercials. Or, you’ll find them on the “As Seen on TV shelf of your CVS, Walgreens or other drug store. This is one “As Seen on TV product that, in my opinion, is both reasonably priced ($9.99) and actually works. Be the first on your block to have your very own pair of Tree Stress Detection Sunglasses!

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