UPL promotes Grower Rewards Program

Decisions on crop protection products for 2021 are around the corner, if not already in process. 

 

UPL AgroSolutions Canada is reminding growers that until July 31, 2021, they can participate in the Grower Rewards Program and earn cash rewards on products for crops grown across Canada.

 

Participating growers can earn bonus rewards when purchasing products from two or more categories, says Chris Nowlan, marketing portfolio manager, UPL AgroSolutions Canada.

 

Categories include grass/cross-spectrum herbicides, pre-emergent and broadleaf herbicides, seed treatments, FRAC M3, FRAC Group 11, insecticides, biostimulants and plant growth regulators. Growers who make purchases in two of these categories can earn three per cent cash back on matching volumes, while growers who purchase from three or more categories can earn six per cent cash back on matching volumes.

For more details on the Grower Rewards Program, visit www.uplgrowerrewards.com.

 

   
Source:  UPL AgroSolutions Canada December 28, 2020 news release

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