Hello Everyone, May I inquire on a few things? Any information your willing to share would be appreciated. I'm always seeking knowledge on the Imprelis situation which I may share with our customers. Have any of you received your compensation letters from DuPont but have additional damage that wasn't included on your original claim? If yes, how has DuPont handled this? Did they schedule a re-visit or are they requesting you document and submit the information? Has anyone received a reply which addresses your new damages? I inquire on this issue as most will probably find themselves in this very situation unless they recently received their site visit. On a side note, here are a few links I'm in the process of sending to our customers in an "update email" which I thought you may appreciate. You may need to copy and paste them in your browser if they don't paste correctly. This will take you to all the Purdue University documents on Imprelis. http://www.agry.purdue.edu/turf/ImprelisUpdateLinks.html EPA's Notice of Noncompliance and request to issue cause sent to DuPont. http://www.mda.state.mn.us/chemical...chemicals/pesticides/dupontshowcause7-12.ashx Here's a post from an extension regarding continued damages observed at a site visit. http://extension.psu.edu/greenindustry/news/2012/imprelis-damage-continues-in-2012 And one last personal note. Constantly you read in articles or in the news the statement that Imprelis affects primarly "certain species of evergreen trees, particularly Norway spruce and white pine." I am so tired of seeing this outdated statement! If you have any amount of damage you need to review everything on your property. I personally have seen Imprelis damage on Arborvitaes, Junipers, yews, Blue Spruce, White Spruce, Balsam Fir, Ginko, Concolor, Honey Locust, Ornamental Pear, Maples, Lilacs and that's just off of the top of my head. So homeowners, please check your properties. Good Luck you guys and thanks for any info you can share with me.