PoMaxa® Plant Growth Regulator

PGRs and Protectants

Have a winning season with PoMaxa® Plant Growth Regulator, a potent auxin-based formulation that's versatile, convenient and a proven pome fruit PGR. PoMaxa works well alongside MaxCel® Plant Growth Regulator for thinning and sizing, and with ReTain® Plant Growth Regulator for drop control to maximize harvest management potential.

Product Benefits

  • Versatile - Use Alone or as Part of a Program with MaxCel® PGR or Carbaryl to Maximize Thinning and Fruit Size
  • Convenient - One Formulation for Multiple Uses and Benefits: Thinning, Sizing, Return Bloom and Fruit Drop Control

Key Problems/Uses

Fruit Thinning, Increases Fruit Size, Return Bloom Enhancement, Fruit Drop Control

Fruit Bites: The Importance of Apple Thinning

Valent U.S.A. Senior Field Market Development Specialist Allison Walston discusses the importance of apple thinning.

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Fruit Bites: Apple Thinning Tips: 8-12 mm

Valent U.S.A. Senior Field Market Development Specialist Allison Walston recommends tips for thinning apple trees at 8-12 mm.

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Product Details


  • Apple
  • Baldwin Apple
  • Braeburn Apple
  • Cameo Apple
  • Cortland Apple
  • Delicious Apple
  • Early McIntosh Apple
  • Empire Apple
  • Fuji Apple
  • Gala Apple
  • Ginger Gold Apple
  • Golden Delicious Apple
  • Golden Supreme Apple
  • Granny Smith Apple
  • Honeycrisp Apple
  • Idared Apple
  • Jerseymac Apple
  • Jonagold Apple
  • Jonamac Apple
  • Jonathan Apple
  • Lodi Apple
  • Macoun Apple
  • McIntosh Apple
  • Mutsu Apple
  • Northern Spy Apple
  • Olenburg Apple
  • Paulared Apple
  • Pink Lady Apple
  • Red Astrachan Apple
  • Red Delicious Apple
  • Rhode Island Greening Apple
  • Rome Apple
  • Rome Beauty Apple
  • Spartan Apple
  • Stayman Apple
  • Williams Early Red Apple
  • Yellow Newton Apple
  • Yellow Transparent Apple
  • York Apple
  • York Imperial Apple
  • Pear
  • Bartlett Pear
  • Bosc Pear

* Each crop and use may not be registered in every state. Always read and follow label instructions.

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