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Dr. Austin Frishman to Pen Column for Syngenta PMP Solutions

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Industry expert will be writing a monthly column on technical issues and industry trends for the company's website.

| July 13, 2012

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Pest management expert Dr. Austin Frishman will be writing a monthly column called “Doc’s Dialogue” about topics affecting the industry for Syngenta PMP Solutions, the company announced.

“I hope this column will allow me to share my thoughts on technical issues as well as trends in the urban pest management industry,” Frishman said. “My goal is to make it informative, interesting and thought-provoking.”

Each month, Frishman will post his thoughts on current trends, hot topics and pest management techniques he recommends or encounters throughout the industry, Syngenta said. The column will appear at SyngentaPMP.com.

“We’re very excited to bring monthly insights from Dr. Austin Frishman, one of the industry’s most knowledgeable influencers, to Syngenta customers who visit the SyngentaPMP.com website,” said Howard Jaekle, marketing manager for Syngenta. “By pairing his insights with effective, industry leading professional pest management products, we bring customers to the best support possible to manage challenging pest management issues.”

You can read Frishman's inaugural post from June here

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