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Bayer CropScience Announces 2013 Spring Savings Program

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The promotion offers savings for PMPs through the end of April.

| April 17, 2013

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP, has announced its 2013 Spring Savings Program, offering PMPs instant savings on top Bayer solutions. This exclusive promotion runs through April 30, 2013, and gives PMPs the chance to save on a variety of products including Suspend PolyZone, Temprid SC, Suspend SC, Tempo Ultra SC, Maxforce Complete Brand Granular Insect Bait, Premise Foam and DeltaGard G.

 
“Just in time for PMPs’ spring pest control needs, these great discounts are easy to take advantage of and apply to a wide variety of our top solutions,” said Norman Barclift, Product Manager, General Insect Control for Bayer. “PMPs just need to ask for the discounts from their local Bayer distributor at the point of purchase.”
 
The following products and savings are available through April 30:
 
  • Suspend Polyzone: $4 off/bottle or $64 off/case
  • Temprid SC: $7 off/bottle or $42 off/case
  • Suspend SC: $5 off/pint or $80 off/case; $37 off/gallon or $148 off/case
  • Tempo Ultra SC: $3.50 off/240 ml. bottle or $42 off/case; $12.50 off/900 ml. bottle or $100 off/case
  • Maxforce Complete Granular Insect Bait: $7 off/ 4 lb. container or $42 off/case
  • Premise Foam: $2 off/18 oz. can or $24 off/case
  • DeltaGard G: $2 off/20 lb. bag

Learn more about these products at backedbybayer.com.

 

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