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AMID-THIN® W
Plant Growth Regulator

Chemical thinning optimizes fruit size and quality, and is one of the most important seasonal applications in pome fruit. Amid-Thin W is easy on foliage and offers a wide margin of crop safety when applied at recommended concentrations. Sensitivity to Amid-Thin varies considerably among cultivars, and pears are generally more sensitive than apples. Always refer to specimen label for recommendations. APPLES: Use Amid-Thin (naphthalene acetamide) on early varieties of apples that ripen before McIntosh or "round" fruit such as Fuji, Rome, Gala, Jonagold and Braeburn. Amid-Thin may be used on Red Delicious in areas other than the Pacific Northwest. It is important that early summer varieties are sprayed no later than petal fall. PEARS: Apply to pears within 5 to 7 days after petal fall. Amid-Thin may cause flattening of leaves and at high rates may over thin. Use caution with Anjou and Seckel varieties, which are very sensitive to Amid-Thin.

 
Safety Data Sheets and Labels

Applicable Registrations
AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, ID, IL, IN, KY, ME, MD, MA, MI, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, OH, OR, PA, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI
 
Disclaimer: Please consult AMVAC Customer Service or your state regulatory officials for the most current label registration information.
Notice: This information is being provided for general information only. The information provided on these specimen labels may not reflect the actual information, including precautions and instructions for use, that you are required to follow in your specific state or locality. It is the responsibility of persons intending to use a pesticide to read and follow the label that has been approved for the particular state or locality in which the pesticide is to be used, and to comply with all federal, state and local laws and regulations relating to the use of pesticides.
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Product Experts
Tom Larsen, Ph.D.
Technical Manager