Katamaran is a residual herbicide that can be used on all varieties of winter and spring sown oilseed rape for the control of cleavers and a range of other broad leaved and grass weeds.
|Active ingredient(s)||125 g/l quinmerac and 375 g/l metazachlor|
|Formulation||Suspension concentrate (SC)|
|Pack size||5 litres in outers of four|
|Crops||Winter and spring oilseed rape|
|Weed spectrum||Annual meadow grass, chickweed, cleavers, dead-nettles, fool’s parsley, forget-me-not, groundsel, mayweed (scented and scentless), small nettle, parsley piert, common poppy, shepherd’s purse, sowthistles, speedwells, volunteer barley, volunteer wheat (for full list see label)|
|Maximum individual dose||2.0 litres per hectare|
|Maximum total dose||2.0 litres per hectare|
|Latest time of application||Up to and including 8th true leaf stage (GS 18)|
|Water volume||200 litres per hectare|
|Aquatic buffer zone||5 m reducible|
|Other specific restrictions|
A maximum total dose of not more than 1000g metazachlor/hectare may be applied in a three-year period on the same field.
Following or rotational crops must not be planted until four months after application of Katamaran.