Tag: Environmental Science

Indemnify now registered in Florida

August 25, 2016 By
Indemnify, a new solution delivering preventative and curative nematode control from Environmental Science, a business unit of Crop Science, a division of Bayer, is now registered in Florida. Indemnify is proven to control nematodes in turf and to promote overall ...
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Bayer names new area sales manager

June 1, 2016 By
Environmental Science, a division within the Crop Science division of Bayer, has named Zach Lane its southwest Florida area sales manager. In his new role, Lane will manage customer and distributor relationships for both golf and lawn & landscape markets ...

Bayer to feature new products, interactive booth at GIS

February 4, 2016 By
A living nematode lab, grass jacket photo booth, live bees, My Bayer Rewards Café and living turf display Environmental Science, a division of Bayer Crop Science, is featuring its newest products and interactive experiences at the 2016 Golf Industry Show, which is ...

Bayer to send 5 superintendents to 2016 GIS

February 3, 2016 By
Through the Bayer Superintendent Grant Program, Environmental Science, the GCSAA and the Environmental Institute for Golf (EIFG) are sending five golf course superintendents to the 2016 Golf Industry Show, which is being held Feb. 6–11 in San Diego. The purpose of the ...

Bayer Signature Xtra Stressgard now available

September 2, 2015 By
Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP, has launched Signature Xtra Stressgard, a new formulation to help achieve turf health and disease control on greens. “At Bayer, we know superintendents face countless biotic and abiotic stresses as they work to maintain pristine ...

Bayer appoints Jacqueline Applegate head of Environmental Science

July 1, 2015 By
Effective July 1, Jacqueline Applegate, Ph. D., is head of Environmental Science, the non-agricultural business operations unit of Bayer CropScience. Applegate, who will be based at the unit’s headquarters in Lyon, France, succeeds Gunnar Riemann, Ph.D., who has decided to leave the ...