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StollerUSA Launches Updated Web site For Growers and Farmers
Date:11/18/2008

StollerUSA, the world leader in development and sales of products that maximize a plant's genetic expression, has utilized the latest in Web technology in an effort to enhance their Web site, www.StollerUSA.com. Highlights of the updated Web site include product details, university research, farmer interviews and a blogging forum where growers can exchange opinions and share experiences.

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) November 18, 2008-- StollerUSA is utilizing the latest Web technology in an effort to enhance visitors' experience at www.StollerUSA.com. Highlights of visiting this new and improved Web site include product details, university research, farmer interviews and a blogging forum where growers can exchange opinions and share experiences.

The updated Web site is designed to be more accessible with significant information on new developments and product specifications, including labels, application instructions and safety information. Farmers' video taped testimonials and university data will provide practical information about StollerUSA's specialty products that help to manage crop stress, increase crop yields and profitability.

"This extensive Web site upgrade is just another example of Stoller's continuing quest for improvement and innovation," said Jeff Morgan, marketing director of StollerUSA. "It is our goal to help farmers obtain the information they need for healthier and more profitable crops. By farmers - for farmers, that's the idea. Visit
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