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Upcoming seminar on labor saving tools

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The Harvest Group and Bayer will partner for the event on June 12.

| May 21, 2014

Calif. – The Harvest Group is pleased to announce it will partner with Bayer CropScience at a seminar to be held Thursday, June 12, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Avenue of the Arts Wyndham Hotel, 3350 Avenue of the Arts, Costa Mesa, CA. 

Each attendee will receive the newly released product from Bayer called Specticle FLO, a preemergent herbicide. This 18-oz sample valued at  $214.57 California Agency Price is designed for long-season control of grasses and broadleaf weeds in shrub and landscape beds thus reducing costly labor. 

Gordon Vosti, area sales manager from Bayer said, “we are pleased to partner with The Harvest Group at this seminar where attendees will learn about Specticle and get practical ideas on how they can improve their business as well.“ 

The Harvest Group, a landscape business consultant group, with offices on both the East and West Coast, will provide specific business education at the seminar on:  

• How to Find, Attract and Hire the Right People
• 10 Ways to Improve Your Marketing and Sales
• The Importance of Planning to Ensure Future Success
• Simple Proven Ways to Make More Money

Allen Chariton, president of Tierra Verde Landscaping, from Huntington Beach, Calif., said regarding the upcoming seminar, “ I love the practical information The Harvest Group presents and look forward to learn how I can use this new Bayer product to save money.” 

To learn more about this seminar contact: http://harvestlandscapeconsulting.com/bayer/

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