- 360 Yield Center Customer Rebate Programs
- AgLeader Trade Up Program
- BLS 20/20 Monitor Trade In Program
- Precision Planting Liquid Programs
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Precision placement is vital to the success of any liquid fertility or granular insecticide program. Now is the time to take advantage of financial incentives from these six partners to upgrade your equipment!
NEW – SYNGENTA FORCE 6.5G: This corn rootworm insecticide has a new, more concentrated formulation – and vDrive Insecticide is the preferred application equipment. Click HERE for Details Program dates: October 1, 2019 – April 30, 2020
Growers can earn rebates for their Smartbox equipment from AMVAC with qualifying purchases as described HERE. Program dates: September 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020.
NEW PROGRAM: Between October 26 and November 30, growers can earn a $400/row rebate on the purchase of a 20|20 Sensing system from Precision Planting (Gen 3 20|20 display, FurrowJet, FurrowJet-compatible SmartFirmer, and planter down force load cells) with qualifying purchases of AgroLiquid fertility products. More details in THIS DOCUMENT. Program Deadline: $400 rebate ends November 30, 2019 $400 rebate. $250 Rebate ends December 31st, 2019.
NEW PROGRAM: Take advantage of $200 per row rebates when installing Precision Planting liquid placement and control products under THIS PROGRAM. Program dates: November 1, 2019 – April 30, 2020.
Earn per gallon rebates up to $6000 per planter for using NACHURS BioK products. CLICK HERE for full details of this program. Program deadline: August 31, 2020.
THIS OFFER includes per gallon rebates up to $15,000 per planter for qualifying purchases of QuickGrow Elite and QuickGrow LTE products. Program deadline: April 15th, 2020
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