Crop Protection Manufacturers Detail 2017 Early Order Discounts

Two-spotted spider mites, adults and eggsGrowers love a good deal, and early order discounts and rebate programs for crop protection products are a good place to start when you’re making purchasing decisions for your 2017 season.

Greenhouse Grower asked crop protection product manufacturers to send us the details for their 2017 Early Order Discount Programs and ongoing rebate programs, to provide you with a compiled knowledge resource of all discount offers at a time when you’re making decisions for 2017.

So far, we have received information from: Syngenta, Dow AgroSciences, and BASF. Check out the following pages (one per manufacturer) to find out how you can take advantage of these programs to save money on your crop protection tools for the upcoming year.

Meanwhile, we’ll add more information here as we receive it from other crop protection manufacturers, so stay tuned for more ways to save.

The Power Of MORE Rebate Program From Dow AgroSciences

Greenhouse growers earn cash back when they purchase Dow AgroSciences products and formulated products containing Dow AgroSciences active ingredients through the 2016-17 Power of MORE rebate program. This year’s program runs Sept. 1, 2016, through Aug. 31, 2017.

An additional incentive will be paid on all purchases made in September, October, November, or December 2016. Products trusted by greenhouse growers, including Dimension 2EW, Gallery SC and Snapshot specialty herbicides, Conserve SC insect control, and Eagle 20EW specialty fungicide, are all available for base and bonus rebates.

Products, program guidelines, and submission forms can be found at Customers can also contact their local distributor sales representative or a Dow AgroSciences sales representative for more information.

®™DOW Diamond, Conserve, Dimension, Eagle, Gallery, The Power of MORE and Snapshot are trademarks of The Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) or an affiliated company of Dow. State restrictions on the sale and use of Dimension 2EW, Eagle 20EW and Snapshot apply. Consult the label before purchase or use for full details. Always read and follow label directions.

Syngenta GreenTrust 365 Ornamental Program Brings Greater Value To Growers

The GreenTrust 365 ornamental program from Syngenta kicks off Oct. 1, with the Early Order Period running through Dec. 7, 2016. The annual program offers greenhouse and nursery growers the best value of the year through rebates, GreenTrust Rewards, Multipaks, and more.

Growers can qualify for GreenTrust 365 and save on the newest additions to the Syngenta ornamental portfolio by purchasing convenient Multipaks during the program period.

There are three new Multipaks available:

  • Downy mildew and Phytophthora Multipak (Segovis + Micora + Subdue Maxx fungicides) offers a comprehensive rotation solution for downy mildew and Phytophthora diseases
  • Mural fungicide + Mainspring GNL insecticide Multipak offers two of the most recent ornamental products from Syngenta
  • Avid miticide/insecticide + Mainspring GNL insecticide Multipak delivers an insecticide solution with two modes of action

“With these new Multipaks, growers will have what they need to preventively treat for many common insects and diseases they might face in the upcoming season,” says Laurie Riggs, Ornamentals Market Manager for Syngenta. “In addition, the GreenTrust 365 program lets them plan ahead while earning additional benefits and locking in year-long savings.”

Additional benefits of GreenTrust 365 include:

Yearlong Rebates: Spending at least $5,000 on Qualifying Products from Oct. 1 to Dec. 7, 2016 locks in a yearlong rebate of up to 10%.

GreenTrust Rewards: Points from purchases made during the Early Order Period can be redeemed for a variety of gift card options. Purchases made in October earn triple Rewards points. Plus, growers can earn additional Rewards points when they purchase Mainspring insecticide and Mural and Heritage fungicides. The new Multipaks also count toward earning Rewards points.

For more information on how GreenTrust 365 offers the best value of the year, visit

© 2016 Syngenta, 410 Swing Road, Greensboro, NC 27409. Important: Always read and follow label instructions. Some products may not be registered for sale or use in all states or counties. Please check with your local Extension service to ensure registration status. Avid®, GreenTrust®, Heritage®, Mainspring®, Micora®, Mural®, Segovis®, Subdue Maxx®, and the Syngenta logo are trademarks of a Syngenta Group Company.

BASF 2017 Early Order Program

The BASF Ornamentals Early Order Program for 2017 includes all of the popular features from last year’s program, as well as new and exciting features including a 10% rebate for volume orders of FreeHand 1.75G herbicide and a bigger rebate booster of 2% on grower solutions, including new Orkestra Intrinsic brand fungicide.

Here’s how to maximize your rebates:

1. Plan Ahead: Earn up to 33% more rebate dollars by ordering in October when rebate levels are highest. Then enjoy the same rebate level on additional purchases throughout this year’s EOP.

Purchase Total Oct.1-31 Rebate Nov. 1-Dec. 9 Rebate
$2,000 to $6,999 4% 3%
$7,000 to $19,999 7% 5%
$20,000 + 10% 7%

2. Order Ahead: Order 16,000 pounds or more of FreeHand 1.75G herbicide in October, and you’ll qualify for the 10% rebate level on your total EOP purchase. Plus, you’ll get an additional 10% rebate on your FreeHand 1.75G herbicide purchase.

3. Get Ahead: Boost your rebate total an extra 2% by purchasing Pageant Intrinsic brand fungicide, Sultan miticide or new Orkestra Intrinsic brand fungicide*.

By following these three easy steps, you could qualify for an earned rebate of up to 22% on the FreeHand 1.75G herbicide portion of your total EOP order. There’s no better way to maximize your savings on your preemergent weed control needs. With payment terms until June 9, 2017, it’s easier than ever to grow healthier, quality plants in 2017.

Visit for complete EOP information, including product information, additional solutions for ornamental growers, and electronic copies of everything in this EOP package.

*Orkestra Intrinsic brand fungicide is not yet in all states.

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