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From March 1, 2013 through April 30, 2013, Syngenta is offering rebates on Demand CS and Demand EZ insecticides.

| March 4, 2013

From March 1, 2013 through April 30, 2013, Syngenta is offering rebates on Demand CS and Demand EZ insecticides. Demand with iCAP technology packs 10,000 microcaps of control into every square inch treated, providing improved residual protection to reduce callbacks. Demand is designed to perform under even the toughest environmental conditions to provide long-lasting control for up to 90 days. 

Pest management professionals (PMPs) that purchase a minimum of four quarts of Demand CS and/or 16 quarts of Demand EZ qualify for a rebate as described in the chart below.

Qualifying Products   

Minimum Purchase to Qualify

Rebate

Demand CS 8X1 QT

4 QT (1 GAL)

$10 per QT

Demand CS 12X8X8 OZ Bottles   

16-8 OZ Bottles (1 GAL)

$2.50 per 8 OZ Bottle

Demand EZ 8X1 PT

16 QT (4 GAL)

$2.50 per QT

Demand EZ 8X2 QT

16 QT (4 GAL)

$2.50 per QT



Redemption is easy. PMPs and Authorized Syngenta Distributors do not need to fill out any forms or take extra steps. Rebates will be calculated automatically based on monthly distributor reporting of end-user sales to Syngenta. Rebates will be paid by Syngenta on or before July 31, 2013.

Now is the time to purchase the one brand that controls more than 30 pests with the power of 10,000 microcapsules per treated square inch.

*Offer is only valid for purchases made by PMPs through Authorized Syngenta Distributors. Offer cannot be combined with other available Demand offers. Syngenta reserves the right to modify or discontinue the Demand Spring Program at any time for any reason. All Program eligibilities and incentives are subject to audit, and no rewards will be received in the event of noncompliance with Program rules.


 

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