Dow AgroSciences and Mycogen Seeds Announce Rebates

Dow AgroSciences and Mycogen Seeds Announce Rebates

2010 Grower Rewards Program details are released.

Dow AgroSciences and Mycogen Seeds are pleased to announce significant new features of the 2010 Grower Rewards program. The Grower Rewards program gives growers the opportunity to make their acres more profitable when they purchase MYCOGEN brand seed and Dow AgroSciences crop protection products.


For the 2010 production season, growers can earn up to a 10% cash rebate on their MYCOGEN brand seed products and Dow AgroSciences crop protection purchases. Additionally, MYCOGEN brand soybeans have been added to the list of qualifying products that help growers earn rebates for their input purchases.


"We are glad to offer this savings opportunity to dedicated growers and loyal customers who are taking advantage of the most complete seed, trait and crop protection portfolio in the industry," says Doug Vail, general manager for Mycogen Seeds. "Mycogen Seeds is increasing its investment in its soybean portfolio, including significant investment in research and development. Therefore, we are especially excited about the addition of MYCOGEN brand soybeans to the list of qualifying products for the Grower Rewards Program."


Qualifying for the program is easy. Purchase a minimum of 60 bags of any combination of corn or sunflower seed from Mycogen Seeds and a minimum of $5,0001 of Dow AgroSciences qualifying crop protection products, and start earning cash back on additional purchases.


The Grower Rewards claim form, seed invoices and crop protection invoices must be submitted to Dow AgroSciences by Sept. 15, 2010.


For more information about the Grower Rewards program and to see a list of all eligible products, visit Growers can contact their local Mycogen Seeds or Dow AgroSciences sales representative with questions or for additional details about the program.

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