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Mar. 20, 2017

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Mar. 20, 2017
Recently, a seminar on grape cultivation and Fungicide Resistance Management (FRM) was held in Zhengzhou, Henan by UPL.

The seminar was attended by scientists, farmers, academicians, key people from trade companies and subject matter experts from all over China . This is a follow up to the very successful forums that UPL organized last year for various crops.

The main agenda of this grape forum was to share the best practices in grape cultivation; learn and exchange ideas with the farming community on how to avoid and manage fungicide disease resistance. These are part of UPL's global “ Farmer First “program, which also involves other things, like educating famers on the judicial and correct usage of pesticides and other agri inputs and get the maximum value from their input invested.

UPL also unveiled its unique and patented dispress technology of granule formulation of copper and its benefits, more efficacious and safe to farmer and the environment.

UPL said in coming months more such forums will be organized on much bigger scale than last year on other fruits and vegetable crops, also, in other parts of China.

UPL is the global leading player in Mancozeb and Copper fungicides. With constant innovation and improvements at UPL, combined with closely working and exchanging knowledge with the farming, scientific communities and regulators , these products have emerged as the leading and the most effective fungicides globally in fungicide resistance management .
Source: UPL

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