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New Dow AgroSciences Website Features Innovation

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The redesigned website to help stakeholders find the information they need about the company and its products.

| March 30, 2011

INDIANAPOLIS  — Dow AgroSciences, a subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company, has launched a redesigned website to help stakeholders find the information they need about the company and its products.

“The new dowagro.com meets three important goals we have for our website: improving navigation, showcasing our company’s innovation, and better serving our stakeholders,” said Robyn Heine, Dow AgroSciences global Public Affairs leader. “The site is focused on key areas of information that visitors commonly need. After studying feedback from our website users, we designed the new site to give visitors easy access to information about our products and services, sustainability, product stewardship, and innovations and collaborations.”

The website is also a gateway to allow stakeholders to find information about current news and careers with Dow AgroSciences. Featuring photos of agricultural settings from around the world, the creative new look of the site reflects the company’s global reach and its commitment to innovation.

The site is found at www.dowagro.com.
 

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