Mar21MonMarch 21, 2016
The evaluation contains specific language about iprodione uses in various crop systems, and proposes the complete cancellation of uses of the active ingredient throughout Canada including uses on turfgrass.
Bayer is committed to providing safe, effective solutions to the turf industry and continues to stand by our science. Bayer is currently reviewing the document to better understand PMRA’s position.
Pending PMRA’s final re-evaluation decision, we will continue to offer iprodione-based solutions (Trilogy Stressgard and Interface Stressgard) and turfgrasas managers/Agents can continue to purchase, sell and use iprodione-based products.
Bayer will respond to the PMRA as part of the public comment period. As such, we will also partner with Canadian turfgrass industry associations regarding the importance of iprodione in the marketplace and any developments moving forward.
Thank you for your continued support of Bayer
Director Environmental Science - Canada
Aug8WedAugust 8, 2018
Brian Rosenberg has been named the new Head of Bayer Environmental Science Canada effective August 1, 2018.
May15TueMay 15, 2018
May11FriMay 11, 2018
The premier educational and networking event for golf course superintendents will accept 50 elite members for its 2018 class
May10ThuMay 10, 2018
Bayer is pleased to announce the appointment of Jon Albert as Territory Sales Manager Technical for the Canadian Golf Market. Jon will be responsible for providing technical information and support to golf courses in Eastern Ontario and the province of Quebec.