Dow AgroSciences Introduces 2008 Grower Rewards Program

INDIANAPOLIS – Sept. 25, 2007 – Dow AgroSciences announces its 2008 Grower Rewards program, which provides profit opportunities to growers who plant Mycogen® brand seed and use crop protection products from Dow AgroSciences.

This program allows growers to earn cash rebates of up to 10 percent on their Mycogen brand seed products and Dow AgroSciences crop protection purchases for the 2008 production season.

“We are excited to provide this profit opportunity to dedicated growers who value one of the industry’s most extensive and innovative crop portfolios,” says Doug Vail, Sales & Marketing Leader for Mycogen Seeds. “By utilizing our products, loyal customers can take advantage of crop success and the Grower Rewards program.”

For more information about the Grower Rewards program, Mycogen brand products or crop protection products from Dow AgroSciences, growers can visit www.CornCentral.com or they can contact their local Mycogen Seeds dealer, or a Mycogen Seeds or Dow AgroSciences sales representative. Details of the Grower Rewards program are also available at www.DowGrowerRewards.com

Mycogen Seeds is a retail seed company of Dow AgroSciences LLC and a developer and marketer of leading grain corn hybrids, the market leader in Silage-Specific™ corn hybrids and sunflower hybrids, as well as an industry leader in canola, alfalfa, soybeans and sorghum. For more information on Mycogen brand products, visit www.Mycogen.com.

Dow AgroSciences LLC, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, is a top tier agricultural company providing innovative crop protection, pest and vegetation management, seed, and agricultural biotechnology solutions to serve the world's growing population. Global sales for Dow AgroSciences, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company, are $3.4 billion. Learn more at www.dowagro.com.

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