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Caramba 90

Fungicides

Caramba® 90 is a broad spectrum fungicide with curative and protectant activity, which can be used on all commercial varieties of winter and spring wheat, durum wheat, winter and spring barley, triticale and rye. Caramba® 90 can also be used on oilseed rape, field beans, combining and vining peas and lupins. When applied to oilseed rape in the spring, Caramba® 90 can provide plant growth regulation in the form of a reduction in crop height.

Product Profile

Active ingredient(s)90 g/litre metconazole
FormulationEmulsifiable concentrate (EC)
Pack size5 litres in outers of four
CropsWinter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, winter barley, spring barley, rye, triticale, oilseed rape, combining peas, vining peas, field beans and lupins
Disease activitySeptoria tritici, yellow rust, brown rust, Rhynchosporium, net blotch, powdery mildew and ear Fusarium
Maximum individual dose: Winter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, winter barley, spring barley, rye and triticale1.0 litre per hectare
Maximum individual dose: Oilseed rape, combining peas, vining peas, field beans and lupins0.8 litres per hectare
Maximum total dose: Winter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, winter barley, spring barley, rye and triticale2.0 litres per hectare
Maximum total dose: Oilseed rape, combining peas, vining peas, field beans and lupins1.6 litres per hectare
Latest time of application: Winter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, winter barley, spring barley, rye and triticaleUp to and including GS 71 (caryopsis watery ripe stage)
Latest time of application: Oilseed rape10% of pods at final size
Latest time of application: Combining peas, vining peas, field beans and lupins14 days before harvest
Water volume: Winter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, winter barley, spring barley, rye and triticale 200-300 litres per hectare
Water volume: Oilseed rape, combining peas, vining peas, field beans and lupins200-400 litres per hectare
Latest time of Aquatic buffer zoneLERAP B
Other specific restrictions
A minimum interval of 21 days must be observed between applications on cereals
A minimum interval of 14 days must be observed between applications on oilseed rape, peas, beans and lupin
To protect birds, only one application is allowed on cereals before GS 29 (end of tillering)
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