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Becker Underwood USA launches nematode blog

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The nematodes blog provides the latest information, research and application advice from industry researchers.

| February 10, 2011

AMES, Iowa – Becker Underwood has launched its new beneficial nematodes blog, Nematode News. The blog is a resource for the commercial grower community, providing the latest information about beneficial nematodes, ongoing research and application tips from horticulture researchers and growers.

“More growers are choosing beneficial nematodes as an effective option for sustainable pest control, and Becker Underwood continues to lead the industry in research and development of these products,” says Joe Lara, horticultural specialties product manager at Becker Underwood.

Becker Underwood’s Nematode News blog, www.beckerunderwood.com/blog, establishes an easy-to-use forum for two-way communication between the grower community and beneficial nematode experts, facilitating the exchange of ideas and current research.

“We’re excited to host a community where growers can connect, share experiences, and hear the latest news and research about beneficial nematodes,” Lara says. “Becker Underwood prides itself on serving as an expert in the industry and the Nematode News blog is one way we can have a conversation with our customers.”
 

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