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Haven® Sun Protectant

Haven® Sun Protectant is derived from plant-based compounds that reflect light and heat to maintain lower leaf temperatures while at the same time reducing water loss, resulting in less stress to the crop and higher yields and quality.

When two to four applications are sprayed on crops generally starting at early fruit/nut set, Haven has reduced sun stress and increased yields for certain apple varieties, almonds, walnuts, grapes, citrus, tomatoes, corn, wheat and turf. Field trials have also demonstrated a reduction of bitter pit in apples. Bitter pit is caused by a calcium deficiency that causes serious crop losses in certain apple varieties.

Product Literature


Labeled Crops

Tree Fruit
pome and stone fruit such as apple, crab apple, loquat, pear, quince and apricot, sweet or tart cherry, nectarine, plum, peach, plumcot and prune

Citrus Fruit
grapefruit, lemon, lime, kumquat, mandarin, oranges, pummelo, Satsuma mandarin and tangelos

Nut Crops
almond, beech nut, Brazil nut, butternut, cashew, chestnut, filbert, hickory nut, macadamia nut, pecan, walnut and pistachio

Small Fruit
blackberry, blueberry, boysenberry, cranberry, elderberry, and loganberry

raisin, table and wine

Fruiting Vegetables
tomato, pepper and eggplant

Bulb Vegetables
garlic, leek, onions and shallot

Cucurbit Vegetables
cucumber, summer and winter squash, pumpkin, muskmelon and watermelon

Brassica and Leaf Vegetable
broccoli, brussels sprouts, Chinese cabbages, cauliflower, cabbage, mustard greens, kale, kohlrabi, arugula, celery, lettuces, parsley and spinach

Other Miscellaneous Vegetables Crops
asparagus and strawberry

Cereal Grains
wheat, rice, oats, and barley

field corn, popcorn, sweet corn and seed corn

Tropical Crops
coffee, avocado, guava, banana, mango, passion fruit, star fruit, papaya and pineapple


Art of Use

Best use practices:

  • Applications of 2-4 times at 7 to 14 days interval
  • Applications should begin at early fruit or nut set
  • Rates generally 0.6-0.9% v/v for most crops, please refer to label for crop-specific rates