Remind Your Customres to Use Their Corteva Cash

3 Key Takeaways from This Article:

- The deadline to use 2020 Corteva™ Cash is July 15, 2020.
- More than 100 crop protection solutions are included in the TruChoice® offer.
- If you’re not already an authorized TruChoice retailer, you can register to become one.

The deadline to use Corteva™ Cash is a little less than two months away. Talk to your farmers now about using theirs by July 15, 2020.

So, now is the time to make sure your customers spend their hard-earned Corteva Cash. With more than 100 crop protection solutions included in the TruChoice offer, take a quick look at some that might interest growers:

 

Corn Herbicides

  • Resicore® herbicide 
  • SureStart® II herbicide 
  • Keystone® NXT herbicide 
  • DuPont™ Cinch® ATZ herbicide 
  • Dupont™ Realm® Q herbicide 

 

Soybean Herbicides

  • Sonic® herbicide 
  • Elevore® herbicide 
  • Surveil® herbicide 
  • DuPont™ Trivence herbicide 

 

Nitrogen Maximizers

  • Instinct® nitrogen stabilizer 
  • N-Serve® nitrogen stabilizer 

 

Fungicide

  • DuPont™ Aproach® Prima herbicide

 

Click here for the full list of qualified products, and remind your customers to use their Corteva Cash before it’s too late.

If you’re not currently an authorized retailer and would like to learn more and register, visit TruChoiceOnline.com.

 

Suggested Tweet to Your Customers: If you have Corteva™ Cash to spend this season, find out what crop protection products you can buy: https://bit.ly/TruChoiceProducts. The deadline is July 15th!

 

™ ®TruChoice logo ™®Trademarks of Dow AgroSciences, DuPont or Pioneer, and their affiliated companies or their respective companies. Elevore, Instinct, Resicore, Sonic, SureStart and Surveil are not registered for sale or use in all states. Keystone NXT is a Restricted Use Pesticide. Keystone NXT is not available for sale, distribution or use in all states. Keystone NXT, Resicore and SureStart are not available for sale, distribution or use in Nassau and Suffolk counties in the state of New York. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. Federal law does not require any person who applies or supervises the use of Instinct to be certified in accordance with EPA regulations and state, territorial and tribal laws. Some states may have additional requirements related to liquid manure and nitrogen stabilizers. Be sure to consult your state or local Extension service to understand your requirements. When applying Instinct to deep pits, appropriate manure agitation safety steps should be followed: Instinct should be applied directly to the deep pit prior to pumping the pit; a thorough agitation system must be operating in order to evenly distribute Instinct within the deep pit; applicators and handlers of Instinct and manure treated with Instinct are required to use proper protective equipment as stated on the product label; air ventilation systems must be operational inside barns. Do not fall-apply anhydrous ammonia south of Highway 16 in the state of Illinois. Always read and follow label directions. 

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