Toronto, Canada and Salt Lake City, Utah (December 5, 2017)
Vive Crop Protection and United Potato Growers of America (UPGA) are pleased to announce that Vive Crop Protection is now a United Potato Partner. “We create new possibilities for potato growers that increase yield, quality, and productivity on their farms,” stated Darren Anderson, Vive’s President. “We’re committed to the growth and success of potato growers and are excited to be a United Potato Partner. If you’re a potato grower, we want to meet you and understand how we can help with your operation.”
“UPGA is happy to welcome Vive Crop Protection as a Potato Partner,” states Mark Klompien, President and CEO of United Potato Growers of America. “UPGA’s Potato Partner Program supports offerings of innovative and productivity-enhancing products to our potato grower members, and we look forward to working with Vive toward that end.”
Darren Anderson will be introduced at the 2018 Potato Business Summit in Orlando, Florida and Vive staff will be on-hand at the UPGA Potato-Expo booth to meet with growers.
ABOUT VIVE CROP PROTECTION
Vive creates new ways to use trusted products using the Allosperse® Delivery System. Allosperse improves the targeting and performance of pesticide active ingredients. This helps farmers do more with less, reducing the burden agricultural practices have on the environment, all while increasing crop quality and yields. Vive works with global partners that want to bring better crop protection products to growers around the world.
For more information, see www.vivecrop.com.
Vive media contact:
Darren Anderson, President
ABOUT UNITED POTATO GROWERS OF AMERICA
Formed in 2005, United Potato Growers of America focuses on positively affecting fair grower returns for potato growers across the country. Through UPGA membership, growers are empowered to better understand and act upon the supply and demand for their product. UPGA has members in 13 states as well as alliances with United Potato Growers of Canada and the Potato Marketing Association of North America, a bargaining association that represents process growers. UPGA was created under the provisions of the Capper-Volstead Act that was enacted in 1922 by Congress to allow growers to work collectively to market their products. UPGA’s vision is to provide a consistent supply of high quality potatoes at a reasonable price for everyone including the consumer.
For more information, see www.unitedpotatousa.com or call 801-266-5050.
UPGA media contact:
Mark Klompien, President/CEO