EZ-FLO Fertilizing Systems Appoints Thomas E. Patton as President and Chief Executive Officer

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EZ-FLO Fertilizing Systems manufactures automatic fertilizer dispensing products for use with in-ground watering systems. EZ-FLO has just appointed Thomas E. Patton as President and Chief Executive Officer.

EZ-FLO Fertilizing Systems, the manufacturer of precision dispenser and proportioning systems used to distribute fertilizers and supplements through irrigation systems, announced the appointment of Thomas E. Patton to President and Chief Executive Officer effective immediately. For the last two years, Patton held the Chief Operating and Chief Financial Officer roles with EZ-FLO during a period of dramatic sales growth.

“The recent appointment of Tom to President and CEO of EZ-FLO is a result of his leadership and business skills that he brings to bear in guiding our fast-growing company” according to Dan Gilmore, Founder and Chairman of EZ-FLO. “He has been instrumental in developing and executing on EZ-FLO’s growth strategy in both the US and international markets.”

Patton previously held operating and finance positions with a variety of companies including those in software development and manufacturing and has experience with technology licensing and business and strategic planning. Prior to those positions, he was an audit partner with Ernst & Young-Pittsburgh where he helped launch its Entrepreneurial Services Group in the late 1980’s.

About EZ-FLO Fertilizing Systems

EZ FLO Fertilizing Systems is the world leader in automatic fertilizer dispensing systems for residential and small commercial properties. With its patented fluid flow technologies, EZ-FLO’s products can precisely deliver non-hazardous water soluble or liquid fertilizers through a hose, sprinkler or drip system using micro-dosing, a technique that provides plants the needed nutrients, every time you water. Having no moving parts, EZ-FLO systems are dependable and reliable so property owners can install them with confidence. The combination of fertilizing while irrigating (called fertigation) provides plants with essential nutrients through both the plant’s leaves, as well as roots. Since most of the fertilizer gets directly into the plants, fertilizer run-off is virtually eliminated. Reducing water usage is also an increasingly important goal of many worldwide users. Fertigation has been proven to reduce water usage 20-80%. The combination of reduced water usage and less fertilizer runoff lets EZ-FLO customers Fertilize Responsibly™.

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