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The 2011 Tourney Fungicide In-Season Promotion runs until June 30.

| May 19, 2011

Valent Professional Products has a new program – the 2011 Tourney Fungicide In-Season Promotion.

This program is available for golf course superintendents, lawn care operators (LCOs) and nursery production growers who purchase Tourney from a distributor or retailer from April 1-June 30, 2011.

“Our end users are busy tackling countless tough diseases across the country right now, and the Tourney Fungicide In-Season Program is designed to help them keep their courses, lawns and crops healthy and beautiful,” said John Johnson, national sales manager for Valent Professional Products. “We understand that budgets remain tight in what continues to be a challenging economic environment. We encourage our customers to take advantage of this excellent opportunity to get an even better value on our best-in-class fungicide.”

Tourney controls a broad spectrum of diseases, including anthracnose, summer patch, gray leaf spot and many others in turf, and powdery mildew, apple scab, rusts and leaf spots in woody outdoor ornamentals and landscape settings. Because it can do the job of multiple products in just one application, Tourney helps users get the most from their fungicide budget and save valuable time.

Confirmed purchases of Tourney made and received by June 30, 2011, will be eligible for rebates of 10-30 percent per pound depending on purchase volume.

The 2011 Tourney Fungicide In-Season Promotion is not available to any commercial retailers or distributor, nor does it apply to purchases made during 2010 programs.

Invoices must be submitted to www.valentpro.com/promo by July 15, 2011, in order to be eligible for a rebate. Please contact your local Valent representative for more information.

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