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New Turf Advisor mobile tool

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FMC has released a way to search its herbicide database from your smart phone.

| April 29, 2014

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Having trouble telling buttonweed from buttercup? Don’t know nutsedge from kyllinga? Need instant solutions to weed problems while on the job? You can now be as smart as your smart phone with Turf Advisor by FMC.

Providing instant mobile access to a wealth of weed and herbicide information, the new FMC mobile optimized tool allows turf professionals to search its herbicide database, connect with regional FMC market specialists and distributors and properly identify weeds – all from a smart phone!

To get to Turf Advisor by FMC, bookmark www.fmcturfadvisor.com, and navigate easily through five tabs:
• Identify a Weed
• Herbicide Solutions Finder
• Products, Labels and MSDS
• Current Promotions
• Connect with Us

“FMC was an early adopter of social media for turf managers,” said Adam Manwarren, FMC herbicide brand manager. “We are among the leading turf industry manufacturers to promote product education through a blog, FMC Turf Wire, a Twitter feed, @FMCturf, a YouTube channel (FMCTurf) and go on Facebook. It was only natural that providing optimized mobile access was the next step.”

For more information about Turf Advisor by FMC, visit http://www.fmcturfwire.com/. For more information about FMC and its products, visit www.fmcprosolutions.com.

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