The Centennial Edition Crop Protection Handbook Is A Reliable Reference

CPHB_WEBThe 2014 Edition of the MeisterPro Crop Protection Handbook is the largest and most comprehensive in its long history of providing comparisons of products and cross-referencing brand names to active ingredients. Place your order now for delivery on January 17, 2014. You’ll also receive a Centennial Bonus Report on “100 Years of Progress in Plant Health” — a special section in the Handbook.

Also, as part of the celebration of 100 years of progress in plant health, a copy of the 150-page Emerging Technologies booklet will be sent at no extra charge with each Handbook order.

The Handbook Section
The printed Handbook listings are portable, easy to find and the most reliable, unbiased, science-based information available. There are 15 new active ingredients and more than 300 new brand names listed in the new edition. You can quickly identify the many different trade names for the same active ingredient and different formulation types. Mode of action, LD50 and water solubility for comparative purposes are at your fingertips.

The Centennial Bonus Report
The Centennial Bonus Report marks 100 years of progress in plant health. Features include a timeline of significant events in the history of crop protection, plus a listing of the 20 breakthrough chemistries that changed agriculture.

The report covers developments in formulation technology and advances in biotech like Roundup Ready crops.

Emerging Technologies Report
This separate, 150-page report brings product brand and active ingredient names sorted by emerging technologies to better understand, compare and select products. It is an essential tool for the crop protection expert who must be ahead of the curve and knowledgeable about how these technologies are converging.

This report’s charts and articles cover:
• Biocontrols / Biopesticides
• Seed Traits
• Plant Health/ Plant Stress Management
• Chemigation
• Managing Resistance
• Organics
• Seed Treatments/Inoculants

The report also includes a complete, cross-referenced index and supplier directory, plus product profiles of more than 80 new products released within the past three years.

Scheduled Delivery January 2014
The Handbook and accompanying reports celebrating 100 years of progress in plant health are scheduled to reach subscribers January 17, 2014. Visit CropProtectionHandbook.com or call (800) 572-7740 x107 to order now at special pre-publication discounts.

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