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DuPont gives Imprelis instructions

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The company has released guidelines for planting trees on properties that have been treated with Imprelis.

| October 10, 2011

Dupont has released guidelines for planting trees on properties where Imprelis was used. Below is the letter with instructions on what to do.

Dear Lawn Care Professionals and Golf Course Superintendents,

I am writing to provide you with the DuPont guidelines for planting trees on properties that have been treated with DuPont Imprelis herbicide. Our new planting guidelines are attached to this message. Please review them carefully.

The attached guidelines, “Fall 2011 Guidelines for Planting of Trees on Properties that have been Treated with DuPont Imprelis Herbicide,” provides instructions for property owners who are removing and replacing trees on their own either before the claims process has evaluated their property or because they have chosen not to participate in the claims process.

If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our website, www.imprelis-facts.com, or call us at 1-866-796-4783.

We regret the problems caused by Imprelis, and remain committed to your satisfaction and the proper stewardship of our products. Thank you for your patience and support.

Sincerely,

Michael McDermott
Global Business Leader
DuPont Professional Products

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