Ag sales veteran Larry Moss has joined SePRO Corporation as a technical specialist in the Mid-South, providing support for Brake herbicide in Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, the Missouri Bootheel and West Tennessee.
Brake, which received EPA registration for use in cotton on February 11, provides cotton growers a new pre-emergent mode of action for the fight against resistant weeds.
“We are excited to have someone with Larry’s experience and passion for the ag chemical industry as part of the SePRO team of technical specialists,” said Mike Jackson, regional sales manager. “There is tremendous interest by cotton farmers to try Brake this year, and Larry will be working with them as they experience the value and benefit of this new class of chemistry for proactive resistance management”.
Based in Collierville, TN, Moss has spent 37 years in agrichemical sales in Southern crops – including cotton – for Elanco, DowElanco, Dow AgroSciences and BASF.
Source – SePro Corporation