Nufarm Extends Rewards Program for Growers Affected by California Fires

California WildfiresNufarm recently announced that its Nufarm Rewards program will be extended until July 31, 2018, for greenhouses, nurseries, golf courses, and lawn care operators in areas affected by the wildfires in northern California.

“We know that some of our customers in that area have endured tragic loss, and we want to do our part to aid in their recovery,” says Sean Casey, Vice President of the Nufarm Turf and Ornamental business.

Under the terms of the extension, Nufarm Rewards benefits that are normally only available from mid-September to the end of October will be extended through July 31, 2018, with no minimum purchase requirement. The offer is limited to persons and business entities in the zip codes affected by the October fires; details are available at Nufarminsider.com/rewards.

More than 40 Nufarm-brand fungicides, insecticides, herbicides, and plant growth regulators are eligible for distributor credit through Nufarm Rewards. Customers must register online; previous registrants are automatically registered for 2018.

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