Springbok® is a residual herbicide that can be used on all varieties of winter oilseed rape for the control of a range of broad‑leaved and grass weeds.
- Removes weed competition early, helping the crop get off to the best start
- Provides long-lasting and reliable control of key broad-leaved weeds
- Provides a great start to black-grass management, reducing the pressure on fops and dims
- Provides reliability in dry conditions due to multiple points of uptake by the weed
|Active ingredient(s)||200 g/l metazachlor and 200 g/l dimethenamid-p|
|Formulation||Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC)|
|Pack size||10 litres in outers of two|
|Crop(s)||Winter Oilseed rape|
|Weed spectrum||Chickweed, Cleavers, Crane’s-bill, Mayweed, Poppy, Shepherd’s purse, Speedwell|
|Maximum individual dose||2.5 litres of product per hectare|
|Maximum total dose||2.5 litres of product per hectare|
|Latest time of application||Before 7th true leaf stage (GS 17)|
|Water volume||200-300 litres per hectare|
|Aquatic buffer zone||LERAP B|
|Other specific restrictions||A maximum total dose of 1000 g metazachlor/hectare may be applied in a three year period on the same field|
Springbok® is a residual herbicide containing dimethenamid-p and metazachlor that offers a unique weed range and consistent control in oilseed rape.
Springbok® works particularly well in dry conditions, which can be useful for general weed control in early sown crops. The product is taken up via cotyledons and roots and takes maximum effect before, or shortly after weed emergence. Optimum results are obtained from applications made to fine, firm and moist seedbeds.
Springbok® is highly effective for general weed control in oilseed rape and particularly for the control of crane’s-bill and shepherd’s purse, which can be competitive early on. The superior soil absorption of Springbok® means that the active ingredients remain present and active for longer.
More reliable control
Dimethenamid-P is taken up by both the roots and young shoots of the weed, whilst metazachlor is taken up by the roots. Dimethenamid-P is not so reliant on ‘chasing’ the roots down through the soil but waits for the shoots to reach it. Hence, Springbok® is less affected by drier conditions, a common occurrence in early autumn.