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Arysta LifeScience announces new bag size

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The ALOFT Insecticide 30-lb. bag will replace the 40-lb. package.

| September 24, 2013

CARY, N.C. – The turf and ornamental division of Arysta LifeScience North America recently announced a new 30-lb. bag size for ALOFT Insecticide.

The 30-lb. bag replaces the current 40-lb. bag and started appearing in retailer operations this week.

“The new ALOFT bag size offers customers a competitively priced option in the insecticide market while still getting the same great product to provide total insect control on golf courses, lawns, landscapes, athletic turfs and sod farms,” said Michael Maravich, U.S. Marketing Manager, Arysta LifeScience, Turf and Ornamentals. “We know golf course superintendents, turf managers and lawncare operators have come to recognize ALOFT as a product that provides season-long control of all major turfgrass insects as well as surface-feeding pests, and they appreciate the control they get with ALOFT with just one early application.”

ALOFT Insecticide formulations (SC and G) are broad-spectrum, long-lasting, and provide systemic and contact activity for control of many pests in and around lawns, landscapes, golf courses, and many other turf and landscape sites.

“ALOFT is a one-step, preventive program that helps superintendents, turf managers and lawncare operators by saving them time and money,” Maravich added. “By avoiding multiple applications, your costs are lowered and you have peace of mind all season long that your turf is protected.”

For additional information on ALOFT, please contact your local Arysta LifeScience turf and ornamental sales representative or visit www.arystalifescience.us.

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