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FAQ

Where can I find up to date copies of product labels and manufacturers safety data sheets (MSDS)?

Up to date labels and MSDS for our Sugar Beet products can be found in the Portfolio section of this site.

The full list of UPL products can be found in the portfolio section of our UK website, click here to go straight to the Product A to Z.

Where can I find the latest technical bulletins?

You will find our latest Sugar Beet Updates in the updates section of this site. Click here to be taken to this section.

Where can I find the latest product information for UPL Sugar Beet products?

UPL have produced new information for 2016, you can find our latest Sugar Beet Portfolio booklet and BUG’s (Best Use Guides) in the Product Information Section.

Where can I find information about reducing water volumes with UPL Sugar Beet products?

UPL has produced an aid to deciding if you can reduce water volumes when using their Sugar Beet products. Click here to go to the document.

What products can I tank-mix UPL products with?

Tank-mix lists are kept in the product A to Z section of our UK website, click here to go straight to the Product A to Z.

If there is a product that is not listed please get in touch with your local agronomist or contact UPL at info.uk@uniphos.com.

Can you help me identify a target weed?

We have produced a basic weed identification by cotyledon section to help.

I have a technical query that isn't answered above, who can I contact?

Pam Chambers is our resident technical expert, she can be contacted by email at pam.chambers@uniphos.com.

Where can I buy UPL products?

We do not sell our products direct; please contact your local plant protection product distributor who will be happy to help.

Can you give me a recommendation for my farm?

No, information on this website does not constitute a recommendation and you should consult a BASIS registered agronomist .

 

Weed information