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Vortex Newsletter Volume 3 Issue 2

Information, News and Tips


Vortex Spreaders Save Labor and Material – Apply Ice Melt, Fertilizer, Insecticide, Aquatic Herbicide, Pre-emergent, Granular Growth Regulator quickly and efficiently.

Use the Vortex Spreaders in Utility Vehicles, Boats, Trailers, Golf Carts Vortex has a spreader to fit your needs.

Get a Jump on Spring!

Order your Vortex Spreader early to make sure you’re ready for those Spring Applications.

Vortex Featured on Farmlinks TV


Check out this great Farmlinks TV episode

FarmLinks Superintendent Mark Langner talks about how Vortex Spreaders save them time, labor and material.

Please let us know what you think. We can answer any questions you might have- Email us at contact@vortexadvantage.com or give us a call 877-886-7839

Vortex at FTGA Seminar

Don’t miss us at the The Florida Turfgrass Association 2013 Turf Seminar on February 21!

Vortex Product Application Matrix

Last month we debuted the Vortex Product Application chart, which explains all the application possibilities of our spreaders. Click below to download in PDF format.

Partner Product Spotlight

PAK®27, the Clear Choice to Fight Cyanobacteria in Residential and Recreational Lakes, Ponds and Waterbodies

Cutless Granular is a systemic plant growth regulator that slows shoot growth of hedges, shrubs and groundcovers in landscaped areas.

ALOFT provides total insect control on golf courses, lawns and landscapes, athletic turf and sod production.
 
 

Customer Video

Click here to see a video sent to us by Jeff Gray at Grays’ Aquatic Services in Canton Ohio. If you have a video of your Vortex in action, send it in!
 
 

Partner News:

We are a proud On The Course Partner at FarmLinks in Sylacauga, Alabama. See the Vortex Granular Spreaders in action at FarmLinks.

 

Are you in need of new spray equipment? Please visit R&K Pump and Equipment for your custom sprayer needs. A complete selection of sprayers and parts, just a click away… Don’t forget to ask for Ken.