Posted October 28, 2021 | By: Karen Watts, West Region Market Manager
Bringing Specialty Solutions To The Forefront Of Ag
Golf Courses, nurseries, greenhouses and landscaping all require specialty products for care and maintenance, just like agriculture. Karen Watts, market manager of Nutrien Ag Solutions West Region, answers commonly asked questions she receives about the company’s role within the turf and ornamental industry.
Q: How does Nutrien Ag Solutions play a role in the turf and ornamental industry?
A: Nutrien Ag Solutions does more than just agriculture. Our Turf and Ornamental business offers a range of exclusive, premium products for our clients in specialty markets. We partner with some of the largest manufacturers — BASF, Bayer, Corteva, The Andersons® and Syngenta® — to give you a wide range of products to protect your investment. We offer our own Loveland Product solutions for these markets as well. Whether you work in landscaping, a greenhouse or golf course maintenance, Nutrien Ag Solutions can help you find the solutions that fit your needs throughout the year.
Q: What type of services does Nutrien Ag Solutions provide for the turf and ornamental business?
A: Nutrien Ag Solutions offers the Early Order Program, where you can order all the products you need at one time. Participating in the Early Order Program allows you to take advantage of product savings and program rewards from some of our key manufacturers. Our Nutriscription and Echelon programs have been adapted for turf and ornamental customers.
Q: How can I find a local Nutrien Ag Solutions consultant?
A: As the largest agricultural retail network globally and in the U.S., we apply customer-focused solutions from around the world to local situations. Our local experts have the knowledge, and the widest range of products and services in the industry, to address every property and growing condition. Visit our webpage to find a location near you.
To learn more about Nutrien Ag Solutions’ role in the turf and ornamental industry, visit our website.
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