Syngenta kicks off GreenTrust 365 ornamental program

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 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,” said 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 - Dec. 7, 2016 locks in a yearlong rebate of up to 10 percent.
  • 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.
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