INDEMNIFY nematicide from Bayer receives EPA registration

INDEMNIFY is special because it is a highly concentrated formula.
INDEMNIFY is special because it is a highly concentrated formula. | File photo

INDEMNIFY nematicide received its Environmental Protection Agency federal registration on June 20, according to Environmental Science, the business unit of Bayer Crop Science. 

INDEMNIFY has preventive and curative properties with the active ingredient fluopyram to control nematodes in a cost-effective way. It is registered for both warm and cool season turf such as golf courses, sports fields and residential turf.

INDEMNIFY is special because it is a highly concentrated formula that can be measured and handled better than other comparable products.

“Nematodes can be devastating to root formation and overall plant health in greens,” Laurence Mudge, Green Solutions Team Manager for the Bayer professional turf and ornamentals business, said. “We developed INDEMNIFY because turf managers have been demanding a better way to control nematodes than what is currently available. INDEMNIFY delivers amazing results in a simple, easy-to-apply solution that’s convenient for turf managers. “Nematodes are notoriously difficult to control, but INDEMNIFY can simplify that process. We’re excited to bring this important innovation to turf managers. Through the Bayer mission of ‘Science For a Better Life,’ we continue to develop unique innovations that harness science to help ensure the continued success of our customers.”

Each 17.1 oz bottle is enough to treat up to 2 acres.

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