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Nufarm Kamba M Herbicide - MCPA Dicamba

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Description

For the control of certain broadleaf weeds in winter cereals, pastures, turf and non-crop areas.

Mode of Action: Group I Herbicide
Active ingredient(s): 340g/L MCPA present as the dimethylamine salt 80g/l Dicamba present as the dimethylamine salt
Formulation: Soluble Liquid

For best results:

  • Spray your lawn when weeds are young and actively growing.
  • Do not mow turf for at least 2 days before or after application.
  • Do not spray within 4 hours of rainfall or general watering.
  • Do not spray when weeds are wet with dew or rain.
  • Do not spray if soil fertility is low or if soil is water logged.
  • Do not spray weeds under stress (heat or water logging etc).
  • Ensure thorough wetting of all weed foliage.
  • Do not fertilise turf for 2 weeks after spraying.
  • Do not allow grazing stock onto sprayed area for 7 days after application.
  • Keep domestic animals off the treated area until product has dried.

Spraywise Application Tips: 

  • Do not spray during windy conditions.
  • Do not allow spray to contact any non-target plants.
  • Do not apply over root zones of non-target plants.

Application Rates for Various Turf/Lawn Situations: 

  • Small Turf Areas, Golf Tees & Greens: 100mL in 15L water sprayed evenly over 150 square metres
  • Bowling Greens: 900mL in 200L water sprayed evenly over 1,400 square metres
  • Large Turf Areas – Fields, Parks & Golf Fairways: 6.5L in 250-400L water per hectare (10,000 square metres)

 All States:

Bindi-Eye

Capeweed

Catsear

Chickweed

Clovers

Cotula

Creeping oxalis

Cudweed

Dandelion

Dock

Fleabane

Fumitory

Jo-jo (Onehunga)

Lamb’s Tongue

Medics

Mustard

Narrow leaf plaintain

Pearlwort

Pennywort

Peppercress

Radish

Scarlet pimpernel

Slender soldier

Spear & Variegated

Thistles

Toad rush

Wild turnip

Wireweed/hogweed

 

QLD, NSW TAS SA and WA Only

Fat hen

Purple top

Red-Flowered mallow

Stagger weed

Swinecress