3 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: 700g/kg dicamba present as the sodium salt.
4 CHEMICAL GROUP: I.
5 RELATED HERBICIDES:
Hormone herbicides, Dacthal.
6 GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
A granular formulation of dicamba.
Zinc sulphate and copper sulphate are antagonistic with dicamba salts. This is caused by ionic reactions and results in a significant loss of efficacy. Manganese sulphate and calcium carbonate (lime) have lesser effects.
Hard water - There may be a slight loss of activity due to ionic bonding in very hard water.
Colloids - Some loss of activity as the amount of clay in the water increases. If it is difficult to see a coin on the bottom of a 10 litre bucket full of water then the water should be cleared or an alternate source found.
pH -Acidic water is usually OK. Highly alkaline water may cause loss of efficacy.
2. Concentration of Active Constituent : 700 g/L Dicamba.
Water soluble clear to opaque brown liquid.
4. Poison Schedule : 5
Dangerous Goods Class : Not classed as a dangerous good.