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June 21, 2007 - 11:35

Chemtura Enters Marketing Partnership With OHP

Chemtura Corporation announced last week it has entered into a marketing partnership agreement for its greenhouse and nursery products line with OHP, Inc. Effective July 2, 2007, Chemtura will partner with OHP in an agreement whereby OHP will market, sell and provide customer and technical service support for products in the current Chemtura line.

Chemtura will continue to manufacture and register the products while marketing, distribution, sales and support will be handled by OHP. As existing inventories of finished goods are depleted, product packaging will be converted to OHP design formats while continuing to use existing and established brand names.

Additional information is available at www.chemtura.com.

OnSet Announces Free Water Level Monitoring Webinar

OnSet Computer Corporation, a provider of data logging solutions, has announced a free, on-demand Webinar entitled, “Critical Success Factors in Water Level Monitoring.” The Webinar examines a range of topics, including choosing the right water level, monitoring product for your application, demystifying water level logger accuracy specifications and deploying water level loggers in the field (field-proven methods and techniques).

To access the Webinar, please visit www.onsetcomp.com.

Hurricane Fungicide Receives California Registration

Syngenta has announced that Hurricane fungicide is now registered for commercial use in greenhouses and nurseries in California. Hurricane aims to control Pythium, Phytophthora and Rhizoctonia and may be applied year round on most ornamental greenhouse and nursery crops, including azalea, begonia, chrysanthemum, marigold, pansy, poinsettia, verbena, vinca and zinnia.

Hurricane is available in a resealable foil packaging with eight soluble bags. The Hurricane label can be found at www.syngentapp.com/labels. A training module about the product is available at www.greencastonline.com.

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