Overview
Overview

Overview

CINETIS™ helps optimize plant nutrition

CINETIS™ uses proven GOËMAR® Formulation Technology to optimize nutrient utilization efficiency. Tank-mixable with most fungicides, insecticides and foliar nutrients, CINETIS is a premier foliar product that works to improve fruit and nut size development.

Features

A premier foliar product for a variety of crops

  • Uses proven GOËMAR Formulation Technology
  • Has a wide window of application
  • Recommended for application with fungicides and miticides
  • Labeled for use on a variety of crops

Benefits

EASY TO USEWITH LOW USE RATE

TANK-MIXABLEWITH MULTIPLE PRODUCTS

IMPROVED FRUIT/NUT SIZE

OPTIMIZED PLANT NUTRITION

BROAD APPLICATION WINDOW

FOLIAR APPLICATION

Crops

  • Alfalfa
  • Almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pecans
  • Avocados
  • Bulb vegetables
  • Bushberries
  • Camelina
  • Caneberries
  • Canola
  • Cereal grains and grass
  • Citrus
  • Concord, Niagara and other American cultivars
  • Corn
  • Cotton
  • Cucurbit vegetables
  • Figs
  • Flax
  • Fruiting vegetables
  • Grapes
  • Herbs, spices and mints
  • Kiwi
  • Leafy vegetables
  • Mustard
  • Olives
  • Peas and beans
  • Pome fruit
  • Pomegranate
  • Root and tuber vegetables
  • Soybeans
  • Stone fruit
  • Strawberries
  • Sugar beet
  • Sunflower
  • Table grapes

Timing and Usage Rates

Application rates and timing

CROP RATE PER ACRE
PER APPLICATION
APPLICATIONS
Cucurbit vegetables 16–32 fl oz (1) At first flower. (2) 7–14 days later. (3)7–14 days later. (4) Continue at 7–14 day intervals until harvest.
Fruiting vegetables 16–32 fl oz (1) At first flower. (2) 7–14 days later. (3)7–14 days later. (4) Continue at 7–14 day intervals until harvest.
Leafy vegetables 24–32 fl oz (1) At 4–5 leaf stage. (2) 7–14 days later. (3)7–14 days later.
Peas and beans 12–16 fl oz (1) At early bloom. (2) At early pod.
Root and tuber vegetables 16–32 fl oz (1) Tuber initiation. (2) 15 days after first treatment.
Sugar beet 16–32 fl oz (1) 8–10 leaf stage. (2) 14–21 days later.
Bulb vegetables 16–32 fl oz (1) 3–4 leaf stage. (2) 7–14 days later.
Cotton 12–16 fl oz (1) Early to mid bloom.
Cereal grains and grass 12–16 fl oz (1) Feekes 5–11 growth stages.
Corn 12–16 fl oz (1) V4–VT growth stage.
Alfalfa 12–16 fl oz (1) At regrowth stage (early spring). (2) 8–10 days after each cutting.
Soybeans 12–26 fl oz (1) At R3–R5.
Canola 12–26 fl oz (1) Beginning of stem elongation.
Camelina 12–26 fl oz (1) Budding to early flower.
Flax 12–26 fl oz (1) Before onset of flowering.
Mustard 12–26 fl oz (1) Budding to early flower.
Sunflower 16–32 fl oz (1) 3 pairs of true leaves to flower bud appearance.
Herbs, spices and mints 12–16 fl oz (1) At 4–5 leaf stage. (2) 7–14 days later.
Pomegranate 24–32 fl oz (1) Early bloom. (2) Petal fall. A post-harvest application of 24–32 fl oz per acre is recommended. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season.
Olives 16–32 fl oz (1) Bud differentiation. (2) Early to full bloom. (3) 1st growth stage of fruit. Subsequent applications: application at 16–26 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Strawberries 12–16 fl oz (1) Within 14 days of transplant. (2) At first bloom. (3) 14–21 days later. Subsequent applications: Every 14–21 days thereafter.
Avocados 24–64 fl oz (1) Pre-bloom to early bloom. (2) Full bloom to petal fall. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season. A post-harvest application at 24–64 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pecans 16–32 fl oz (1) As needed after nut set during the growing season. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season. A post-harvest application of 16–32 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Figs 24–32 fl oz (1) After fruit set. (2) Repeat 7–10 days later. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season. A post-harvest application at 24–32 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Kiwi 16–32 fl oz (1) Full bloom. (2) 7–10 days after. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season.
Pome fruit 24–64 fl oz (1) After fruit set. (2) Repeat 7–10 later. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season. A post-harvest application at 24–64 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Stone fruit 24–64 fl oz (1) After fruit set. (2) Repeat 7–10 later. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season. A post-harvest application at 24–64 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Grapes 16–32 fl oz (1) After berry set. (2) Repeat 7–14 later. Subsequent applications: Every 7–14 days thereafter. A post-harvest application at 15–32 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Concord, Niagara and other American cultivars 16–32 fl oz (1) 12–17 inch shoot growth. (2) At bloom stage. (3) After fruit set. Subsequent applications: Every 7–14 days thereafter. A post-harvest application at 24–32 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Table grapes 24–64 fl oz (1) Apply when berries = 9–12 mm. (2) Repeat when berries = 14–16 mm. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season. May be applied with growth regulator applications. A post-harvest application at 24–64 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Citrus 24–64 fl oz (1) Pre-bloom to early bloom. (2) Full bloom to petal fall. (3) Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season.
Bushberry 24–48 fl oz (1) Recently formed fruit. (2) Repeat 7–10 days after. Subsequent applications as needed during the growing season. A post-harvest application at 24–48 fl oz per acre is recommended.
Caneberry 16–32 fl oz (1) Recently formed fruit. (2) Repeat 7–10 days after. Subsequent applications as needed throughout the growing season. A post-harvest application at 16–32 fl oz per acre is recommended.

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