TAG: Bayer Environmental Science

Bayer puts promotions in one portal with My Bayer Rewards

October 15, 2013By

Bayer Environmental Science is bringing its Bayer CropScience Turf and Lawn promotions, including Bayer Accolades and Bayer Fall Solutions, to one location via a new loyalty and rewards website: My Bayer Rewards. “We’re continually developing new, innovative ways to provide our customers with a world-class experience,” said Jose Milan, head of Bayer’s Turf & Ornamental (T&O) business. “My Bayer Rewards... read more

California OKs the use of 2 Bayer herbicides

September 13, 2013By

Two Bayer Environmental Science herbicides have been approved for use in California: SpecticleFLO and Celsius. “We’re pleased to help turf managers in California simplify operations and grow their businesses with the latest technology in pre- and post-emergent weed control,” said Jeff Michel, herbicide business manager for Bayer’s turf and ornamentals business. “Specticle FLO’s long-term residual requires fewer applications, which helps cut... read more

Bayer appoints 2 new managers

August 22, 2013By

Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience, appointed John Wendorf as market segment manager and Wes Kleffner as area sales manager for its North American turf and ornamentals business. Based in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Wendorf will focus on business development and strategy to support the growth of Bayer’s portfolio of turf and ornamentals solutions for professional land care managers... read more

Bayer ES offers schools special rate on TopChoice

June 1, 2009By

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — Bayer Environmental Science, a business division of Bayer CropScience, LP, has announced that for the 2009 school year, it will again extend the TopChoice insecticide “Protect Against Fire Ants” school program. The program is offered to both private and public secondary school districts for use on school grounds, including athletic fields, and recreation, city, state... read more

Silencing the sting

March 1, 2009By

About 20 Million people — 40% of those in infested areas — feel the nasty sting of fire ants every year. Arriving in the United States in the 1930s, fire ants reportedly occupy more than 300 million acres, or a landmass nearly twice the size of Texas, and cause $6 billion in damage annually nationwide. It’s time to silence the... read more

Fertilizer trends

February 1, 2009By

By: Curt Harler For lawn care operators (LCOs), less might be more in fertilization this year. “A lot of our focus is on trying to make the product as economical for the LCO as possible,” says Mike Sisti, product marketing manager for Lebanon Turf, Lebanon, PA. With the price of phosphorous (P) going through the roof, Lebanon Turf’s Zero-P initiative has... read more