Nufarm to giveaway 2 Land Rover Experiences, launch Dual-FRAC fungicide at GIS

By |  January 12, 2018 0 Comments

At the 2018 Golf Industry Show (GIS), taking place in San Antonio Feb. 7-8, Nufarm will host its EXCEL program debut, launch a new all-terrain fungicide and showcase its full line of golf course management products, according to the company.

New Dual-FRAC fungicide to launch
First seen at GIS, Nufarm’s new fungicide will help superintendents save time and gain traction against 19 turf diseases and algal scum, according to a press release. Its FRAC combination supports a strong disease resistance management program. It works on contact and systemically within the plant to deliver performance on every golf course area including fairways, greens, aprons and tees.

 

Introducing the EXCEL Program
Nufarm will welcome the inaugural EXCEL Program class to five days of GIS learning and engagement. The EXCEL Program, offered by Nufarm and GCSAA, provides select winning-applicant assistant superintendents with leadership training in career, community and industry stewardship to support their position as future leaders in the golf course management industry. Learn more about the EXCEL Program and how to apply for the next class of membership at Nufarm booth No. 20071.

Giveaways
Nufarm will present two Land Rover Experience giveaways valued at $1,500 each. This themed giveaway, plus off-road driving games, learning engagements and other prizes will be highlighted to support the launch of Nufarm’s new dual-FRAC, all-terrain fungicide at GIS.

To win attendees must speak with a Nufarm rep in booth No. 20071 to receive a keychain with entry key code. The top-10 daily players of the off-road driving game will receive an extra entry. A winning Land Rover Experience code will be chosen via random drawing each day of the trade show.

When to kick back
Nufarm will offer beer in its booth on Wed., Feb. 7, from 3-5 p.m.

 

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