UPL is focused on emerging as a premier global provider of total crop solutions designed to secure the world's long-term food supply.
Winning farmers hearts across the globe, while leading the way with innovative products and services that make agriculture sustainable, UPL is the fastest growing company in the industry.
Based on the recognition that humankind is one community, UPL’s overarching commitment is to improve areas of its presence, workplace and customer engagement.
Committed to protecting waters against invasive aquatic plants and algae.
Plant Stress and Stimulation
Soil & Water Technologies
Invasive aquatic plants and algae present a
challenge to all water users, as well as resource
managers. UPL is committed to protecting our
waterbodies; including lakes, ponds, reservoirs,
streams, rivers and canals against their impacts.
Whether you are private pond owner, lakefront
homeowner, public resource or irrigation canal
manager, UPL has the solutions you are looking for.
Large flower primrose willow
Spatterdock, cow lily
Tape grass, Eel grass, Water Clery
Waterweed, Brazilian elodea
Clasping leaf pondweed
Curly leaf pondweed
Floating leaf pondweed
Large leaf pondweed, bass weed
Narrow leaf pondweed
Thread leaf pondweed
Variable leaf pondweed
An app that helps to identify weeds and algae and find the right product for it.
This helps you to calculate rates, identify weeds, place an order, and more.
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UPL therefore, does not accept any responsibility or liability on the nature, standard or the accuracy of the translation and cannot take responsibility for any type of inaccurate contextual meaning in the event of a mismatch from English to a regional language.”