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During the months of March and April, PMPs that purchase a minimum of four quarts of Demand CS will receive $10 off per quart. PMPs that purchase a minimum of eight two-quart bottles of Demand EZ will receive $5 off per bottle.

| March 5, 2012

Now, sticking with the power of Demand CS and EZ with iCAP Technology not only controls 30 pests through 10,000 iCAPs per treated inch, it saves PMPs money. During the months of March and April, PMPs that purchase a minimum of four quarts of Demand CS will receive $10 off per quart*. PMPs that purchase a minimum of eight two-quart bottles of Demand EZ will receive $5 off per bottle*.  
 
Redemption is easy.  PMPs and distributors don’t need to fill out any forms or take any extra steps. Rebate checks will be mailed by Syngenta within 8-12 weeks after the end of the promotional period (April 30, 2012).  

*Offer cannot be combined with other available Demand offers.

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