RECEIVE FREE MYCOSHIELD® WITH YOUR TREE PURCHASE
Through Nufarm TreeFirst, you may qualify for Mycoshield® treatment at no cost. Growers purchasing a minimum of 1,000 citrus trees for planting from participating nurseries will qualify for Mycoshield bactericide to treat their trees.
SUPPRESS HLB WITH THE PROVEN ACTIVITY OF MYCOSHIELD
Combined with sound agronomic practices, preventive bacteria treatments, like Mycoshield, are the best way to ensure healthy, productive trees. This is especially important for young trees, which “flush” more frequently and are more vulnerable to infection via psyllid activity. Asian citrus psyllids, the vector of HLB, feed almost exclusively on new growth. Implementing an integrated tree health program based on frequent applications of Mycoshield coupled with a psyllid control program offers citrus growers the best opportunity for healthy, productive groves.
THE FLORIDA CITRUS TREE HEALTH PROGRAM
DETAILS / Qualifying growers will be eligible for one case (20 lbs) of Mycoshield for every 1,000 trees purchased now through May 31, 2021.
INFO / Participating growers are under no obligation to purchase any product, but may qualify for special offers on other Nufarm crop protection products. Mycoshield should always be used as part of a sound agronomic program that includes psyllid control, tree nutrition and otherbest practices.
COVERAGE / At typical application rates and spray volume for young trees, 20 lbs of Mycoshield will treat 1,000 trees several times. The exact amount will vary depending on sprayer set-up, tree spacing, and other variables.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
REGISTER / To receive Mycoshield under the TreeFirst program, qualifying citrus growers must register online by completing the registration form and submitting verification of tree delivery.
PREFERENCES / Grower must provide contact information (e-mail, shipping address, phone) and preferred crop protection distributor company name and location.
DELIVERY / Following verification, Mycoshield will be shipped to the specified crop protection distributor or grower. Grower is responsible for application.
*Limited to one submission per new tree invoice