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Upcoming Dow webinar announced

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The webinar will take place Monday, Feb. 24 at noon.

| February 17, 2014

How to Minimize Callbacks and Maximize Early-Season Weed Control

Date/Time: Monday, February 24 – 12-1 pm ET
Register here.

Consumer research shows that almost half of your customers will cancel their lawn care service after calling to complain – whether you retreat or not. The key is to get a head start on weed control, and avoid the callback. Learn how a new postemergence herbicide applied during preemergence applications can help reduce callbacks and improve your customer retention. See the latest research results on efficacy and plant safety.

Presenters:

Jamie Breuninger, Technical Leader, Dow AgroSciences
Jamie is responsible for research and development for the U.S. Turf & Ornamental market. He joined Dow AgroSciences in 1990 as a technical service and development representative in Sacramento, Calif. Breuninger began his career with TruGreen Chemlawn as a technical manager developing chemical programs for branches on the East Coast. He has a doctorate in agronomy from Pennsylvania State University.

Dan Loughner, Product Technology Specialist, Dow AgroSciences
Dan is responsible for the development of natural and organic chemicals for the U.S. Turf & Ornamental market. He joined Dow AgroSciences in 2001 as a research and development manager after 22 years with Rohm and Haas. He has a master’s degree in plant pathology from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.  

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