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.
Seeds represent the most critical farmer investment as better seeds mean better yields. UPL provides sophisticated, high quality seeds worldwide through innovation for local needs.
Plant Stress and Stimulation
Soil & Water Technologies
Through its group company Advanta, UPL delivers high value crops all over the globe. 1 biotech and 22 research stations develop more disease-resistant and high-yielding seed varieties with valuable traits. Our investments in the most advanced proprietary technologies, combined with enhanced capacities and capabilities to cater to region-specific demands, are helping us emerge as true global leaders.
Efficient, high-energy, drought tolerant and environmentally friendly.
For grazing pasture, hay production, silage and green-chop.
A popular grain, it's grown in countless varieties throughout the world.
Known for its oil content and use for oil production.
From traditional lino to ultra-high oleic germplasm.
We are one of the fastest growing vegetable businesses globally.
Including Pearl Millet, Oats, Alfalfa, Biofumigants and Mustard.
Focusing on yield, grain quality, pest and diseases control and herbicide
Developed in Australia, encompassing all major quality types.
Developed and adapted for the Cerrado area in Brazil.
- Pearl Millet
Advanta has over 60 years of R&D experience, working closely with local farmers and researching provincial crops to deliver the most suitable germplasm for a paticular region. We pride ourselves on our decades of research and deployment of the most advanced technologies in traditional plant breeding. By adopting the latest in technology, we have successfully improved the quality of crops and significantly increased crop yields. Advanta has key partnerships with leading technology companies for: innovative added value traits, biotech and high quality oil and yield traits, diseases, pest and herbicide resistance and drought and salinity tolerance.
igrowth, the world’s first commercial sorghum seed technology that offers tolerance to herbicides of the imidazolinone family. igrowth allows farmers to spray an imidazolinone herbicide for pre- or post-emergence control over broadleaf and grass weeds without causing damage to the crop. This proprietary, non-GMO technology was developed by Advanta Seeds.
Nutrisun is a patented, proprietary germplasm that delivers sunflower oil with a special content of fatty acids. The high stearic, high oleic sunflower oil (HSHOSO) is the only saturated fatty acid that does not raise levels of bad cholesterol.
Triazine Tolerant Canola is a range of herbicide tolerant canola hybrids with high yields, high oil, high blackleg resistance and the ability to achieve excellent weed control and the stacking traits ability with other technologies such as Clearfield and Roundup Ready. It provides growers with a proven reliable IWM tool.
We understand the marker for high content oil seeds and developed a new generation of ultra-high oleic sunflower seeds which deliver a unique oil for the food industry.
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