Kamba M Herbicide

Kamba M Herbicide is for selective broadleaf weed control in turf and lawns & for the control of certain broadleaf weeds in winter cereals, pastures, and non-crop areas. 

Considered Australia’s leading selective broadleaf turf herbicide, Kamba M is made from the combination of the active ingredients of Dicamba & MCPA to control a wide range of broadleaf weeds.

Active ingredients: Dicamba @ 80g/L & MCPA @ 340g/L

Similar or comparable to Surefire Dicamba M Herbicide (PCT), Dissaray Selective Herbicide (Axichem), Cutlass M Herbicide (ADAMA) & Dicamba-M SL Herbicide (Ozcrop)

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Kamba M Herbicide KAMBA-M Nufarm

Description

Kamba M Herbicide

Active ingredients: Dicamba @ 80g/L & MCPA @ 340g/L

Similar or comparable to Surefire Dicamba M Herbicide (PCT), Dissaray Selective Herbicide (Axichem), Cutlass M Herbicide (ADAMA) & Dicamba-M SL Herbicide (Ozcrop)

Kamba M Herbicide is for selective broadleaf weed control in turf and lawns & for the control of certain broadleaf weeds in winter cereals, pastures, and non-crop areas.  Considered Australia’s leading selective broadleaf turf herbicide, Kamba M is made from the combination of the active ingredients of Dicamba & MCPA to control a wide range of broadleaf weeds in lawns, and turf, golf tees, greens & fairways, bowling greens, sports fields & parks.

What weeds does Kamba M Herbicide target in turf;

Bindi-eye Cudweeds Lamb’s tongue Purple-top Staggerweed
Capeweed Dandelion Medics Radish Swinecress
Catsear / Flatweed Dock Mustards Red flowered mallow Toad rush
Chickweed Fat hen Narrow-leaved plaintain Scarlet pimpernel Variegated thistle
Clovers Fleabanes Pearlwort Slender thistle Wild turnip
Cotula Fumitory Pennywort Soldier thistle Wireweed (Hogweed)
Creeping oxalis Jo-Jo (Onehunga) Peppercress Spear thistle

Note, do not use Kamba M on Buffalo Grass, Lippia or Strawberry Clover as death or severe damage may occur.

Tips to get the best results when using Kamba M Herbicide on turf;

  • 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 the soil is waterlogged.
  • Do not spray weeds under stress (heat or waterlogging etc).
  • Ensure thorough wetting of all weed foliage.
  • Do not fertilise turf for 2 weeks after spraying.
  • Do not allow grazing stock onto the sprayed area for 7 days after application.
  • Keep domestic animals off the treated area until the product has dried.

What weeds does Kamba M Herbicide target in pastures and crops;

Artichoke Cotton thistle Melilotus Spiny emex Vetch
Bindweed Docks Mintweed Spurry Volunteer Peas
Black bindweed Double gee Mouse-eared Chickweed Swinecress Ward’s weed
Capeweed Fat hen Mustards Tares Wild radish
Charlock Fennel Narrow-leaved plantain Thistle seedlings Wild turnip (Brassica tournefortii)
Chickweed Hemlock New Zealand spinach Three-cornered Jack Wireweed
Climbing buckwheat Hexham scent Saffron thistle Tree hogweed
Clover Hoary cress Soldier thistle Turnip weed (Rapistrum rugosum)
Common ice-plant Hogweed Sorrel Variegated thistle

Pack Sizes: 1L, 5L & 20L

Kamba M Herbicide Registrant: Nufarm Australia Limited (APVMA #: 49906)

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  1. Col Sheather

    selective broadleaf weed control Kamba M Herbicide

    Col Sheather (verified owner)

    Grate product knocked most of the weeds for a 6 in my lawn & didnt affect the QLD Blue couch

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  2. J Frehley

    Excellent

    J Frehley (verified owner)

    Really happy with Kamba M as a product and very happy with Specialist Sales as a company to deal with.

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    Excellent product for the home gardener

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Features & Benefits

  • Contains the active ingredients Dicamba & MCPA.
  • Selectively controls weeds in turf including Bindi, Clovers, Capeweed, Dock, Oxalis & Thistles.  (Not suitable for broadleaf turf varieties ie Buffalo).
  • 5-Litres of Kamba M Herbicide treats 7,500m² of turf.
  • Glyphosate Free.
  • Easy-to-use liquid formulation.
  • The Nufarm quality peace of mind.

Directions Of Use

Turf:

  • Small Turf Areas (lawns): 100mL in 15L water sprayed evenly over 150m2.
  • Large Turf Area (Field, Park, Golf Fairway): 6.5L in 250-400L water per hectare (10,000m2)
  • Golf Tee, Golf Green: 100 mL in 15L water per 150 m2.
  • Bowling Green: 900 mL in 200L water per 1400 m2.

Critical Comments:

  • Apply to actively growing weeds and moist soil.
  • Do not use on Lippia, Strawberry clover or Buffalo grass.
  • Do not mow turf for two days before or after application or fertilize within two weeks of spraying.

Grass Pasture:

  • Per Hectare: 2.8L-7L/Ha
  • Per 100L: 190mL-470mL
  • Per 15L Knapsack: 60mL-100mL

Critical Comments: 

  • Use the higher rate on larger weeds.
  • When necessary a second treatment may be made after 4 weeks.

Cereal Crops :

  • Per Hectare: 1L-1.7/Ha

Rates are a general guide only.  Before opening, carefully read Kamba M Herbicide directions for use, precautionary and protection statements, storage and disposal, safety directions and first aid instructions.  The product is designed for the particular purpose indicated on the label. Failure to use the product strictly as directed may be illegal, dangerous and render the product ineffective.

Questions and answers from customers

    There has been over spray through a fence with Kamba M and there is sheep in the paddock next to it what will be the effect on the sheep if they graze along the fence ? There is nowhere else to paddock the sheep they are not hungry does the spray taste bad enough to deter them from eating it ?

  1. Q There has been over spray through a fence with Kamba M and there is sheep in the paddock next to ...... Read more
    Asked by Len on May 27, 2024 10:57 am
    Answered by the admin

    The withholding period (WHP) for Kamba M Herbicide states 'not graze or cut for stock food for seven days after application'. Technically, this WHP must be adhered to if the sheep are due to go to market, slaughtered or used for human consumption. If they are not planned to be used for this purpose, a small amount of overspray or spray drift should not pose a significant problem.

  2. Will Kamba M Herbicide kill Creeping Charlie weed (Glechoma hederacea)?

  3. Q Will Kamba M Herbicide kill Creeping Charlie weed (Glechoma hederacea)?
    Asked by Graham on May 18, 2024 6:00 am
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide is not registered or claims to control 'Creeping Charlie'. To the best of our knowledge, no selective herbicides are registered. As Kamba M is a selective herbicide for the control of broadleaf weeds in turf, repeat applications are likely to suppress the weed. However, as this application is 'off-label,' a trial is recommended, and results are not guaranteed.

     

     

  4. Does Kamba M Herbicide kill lucerne?

  5. Q Does Kamba M Herbicide kill lucerne?
    Asked by Heather Modra on February 9, 2024 9:48 pm
    Answered by the admin

    The Kamba M Herbicide label advises that it should not be applied to legume pastures, crops or grass pastures undersown with clover, Lucerne or medics. As Lucerne is a broadleaf plant species, which is what Kamba M targets, it is advised not to be used in this situation as severe damage or death may occur.

  6. When using Kamba M Herbicide, what is the withholding period for horses and is it safe for donkeys?

  7. Q When using Kamba M Herbicide, what is the withholding period for horses and is it safe for donkeys?... Read more
    Asked by Julia on February 4, 2024 12:55 pm
    Answered by the admin

    The Kamba M Herbicide withholding livestock recommendation is to not graze or cut for stock food seven days after application. 

  8. Can I use Kamba M Herbicide on a Fescue Lawn?

  9. Q Can I use Kamba M Herbicide on a Fescue Lawn?
    Asked by David on January 17, 2024 9:10 pm
    Answered by the admin

    The Kamba M Herbicide product label only specifies that it can not be used on Lippia, Strawberry Clover or Buffalo Grass turf/lawns.

  10. With a newly seeded lawn, how long after seed germination is it safe to spray Kamba M Herbicide?

  11. Q With a newly seeded lawn, how long after seed germination is it safe to spray Kamba M Herbicide?... Read more
    Asked by Jesse on January 9, 2024 5:40 pm
    Answered by the admin

    The best practice when applying Kamba M Herbicide to newly seeded turf is to delay application until the turf is at 100% cover and the root system is developed beyond a 3 cm depth.  Applying any chemical (even selective herbicides) to immature seedlings can result in severe damage or death.

  12. Is a wetting agent required to be used with Kamba M when spraying on weeds with a knapsack sprayer? If so, are there any particular wetting agents that should be used? I have also heard some people use a few drops of dishwasher liquid as a wetting agent in the knapsack.

  13. Q Is a wetting agent required to be used with Kamba M when spraying on weeds with a knapsack spraye...... Read more
    Asked by John on January 4, 2024 9:47 am
    Answered by the admin

    A wetting agent should be added to guarantee the best results when spraying Kamba M Herbicide. Under no circumstances do we recommend using dishwashing liquid as it is designed to remove grease off dishes & generate bubbles, not assist with the spread and penetration of herbicides. We suggest reading our blog on why detergents are not suitable wetting agents (https://specialistsales.com.au/information-advice/why-detergents-are-not-suitable-wetting-agents/). A non-ionic wetting agent such as reactor 600 or wetter 1000 is ideal for use with Kamba M Herbicide. However, any spray oils and premium penetrants will also provide excellent results.

  14. Can I use Kamba M Herbicide on Empire Zoysia turf?

  15. Q Can I use Kamba M Herbicide on Empire Zoysia turf?
    Asked by Logan on January 2, 2024 11:30 am
    Answered by the admin

    Zoysia grass is not listed as tolerant or intolerant on the Kamba M Herbicide label. Zoysia grass species can be sensitive to dicamba herbicides, and using Kamba M on Zoysia turfgrass may cause damage. This damage could range from discolouration, stunted growth, or even death of the turf. An off-label trial could be conducted at your own risk in a small discrete area to test the product's suitability for this species. We would also suggest consulting with the manufacturer of Kamba M Herbicide, Nufarm, on 1800 683 276

  16. Can Kamba M Herbicide be applied to a residential yard (lawn) area with a hose spray attachment? The sprayer has a mix adjustment of 1 mil per litre up to 10 mil per litre. 

  17. Q Can Kamba M Herbicide be applied to a residential yard (lawn) area with a hose spray attachment? ...... Read more
    Asked by John on December 16, 2023 6:40 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide is not registered or recommended for hose spray/dilution applications. Dilution rates are unknown, would be 'off-label', and results can't be guaranteed. The herbicide should make complete foliar contact with the plant/weed for best results. When applied by hose sprayers, the herbicide on the soil or flushed into the root system is ineffective. This application method may be successful once you find the correct dilution rate. Be careful not to apply too much selective herbicide as phytotoxicity may occur, and death or damage, such as the yellowing of leaves, may result.

  18. Will Kamba M Herbicide kill winter grass without damaging kikuyu lawn?

  19. Q Will Kamba M Herbicide kill winter grass without damaging kikuyu lawn?
    Asked by Shaun on November 20, 2023 9:45 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M is registered for selective broadleaf weed control in turf and lawns.   Kamba M is not for controlling grass weeds such as winter grass in turf.  We recommend ProForce Duke Herbicide, Destiny Selective Herbicide, Propyzamide Herbicide, Oxafert Herbicide And Fertiliser or Echelon Duo Advanced Herbicide Insecticide & Fertiliser for the control/ suppression of winter grass in Kikuyu.  Always read the 'directions for use' carefully to ensure suitability to your situation.

  20. Will Kamba M Herbicide kill crescent cup liverwort (Lunularia).

  21. Q Will Kamba M Herbicide kill crescent cup liverwort (Lunularia).
    Asked by Jason on October 4, 2023 4:25 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide is not registered or recommended to control liverwort species, including crescent-cup. The recommended products for controlling liverwort contain Nonanoic Acid, such as Slasher or Slayer organic weedkiller. However, these products are not selective if you plan on using them in situations such as turf or pasture. 

  22. In South Australia, will Kamba M Herbicide kill sour-sob in Santa Anna lawn?

  23. Q In South Australia, will Kamba M Herbicide kill sour-sob in Santa Anna lawn?
    Asked by Charlie Kotzur on August 4, 2023 5:51 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide is not explicitly registered for controlling sour sob (Oxalis pes-caprae) in turf. However, Kamba M Herbicide is registered to control Creeping Oxalis (Oxalis corniculata). Oxalis corniculata and Oxalis pes-caprae are related plants as they are both in the genus Oxalis, which is a genus of flowering plants that includes over 800 species. They are both small, perennial plants with clover-like leaves and yellow flowers. However, they have some key differences, such as their growth habit and their mode of reproduction.

  24. Can I use Kamba M in a domestic garden area that contains Roses, Tom Thumb, Nandinas, Japanese Maples and a ground cover of Myoporum? I am trying to reduce or eliminate the clover that grows prolifically amongst the Myoporum.

  25. Q Can I use Kamba M in a domestic garden area that contains Roses, Tom Thumb, Nandinas, Japanese Ma...... Read more
    Asked by Richard Osmand on June 6, 2023 7:12 am
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide is not registered or recommended for use in domestic situations other than turf and lawn areas.  We do not recommend spraying Kamba Dicamba M  product on or near desirable trees or plants or in locations where the chemical may be washed or moved into contact with their roots, as this may result in severe injury or death.  As Myoporum is a broadleaf species of plant, it is very likely to be susceptible to Kamba M Herbicide, and severe damage or death may occur if it comes in contact with the spray.

  26. I have a cool season turf mix of Kentucky Bluegrass, Tall Fescue and Strawberry Clover. It is infested with a variety of different broadleaf weeds. Is Dicamba M the best herbicide to use? Are there better options that won't kill the strawberry clover?

  27. Q I have a cool season turf mix of Kentucky Bluegrass, Tall Fescue and Strawberry Clover. It is inf...... Read more
    Asked by Bernie on May 23, 2023 1:16 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide is registered for selective broadleaf weed control in turf and lawns. Clovers are one of the listed broadleaf weeds controlled by Kamba M, so will severely damage /kill your strawberry clover.  To the best of our knowledge there is no registered selective herbicide that is suitable for your lawn combination that will not target your strawberry clover.

  28. Does Kamba M Herbicide kill Bathurst burrs, thistles of all types, cat heads, and stinging nettles?

  29. Q Does Kamba M Herbicide kill Bathurst burrs, thistles of all types, cat heads, and stinging nettles?... Read more
    Asked by Brooke on April 17, 2023 2:32 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M is registered to control Bathurst Burr, cats head (spiny emex) and various thistles. For further details, please refer to the 'directions for use', which can be found on the product screen; scroll down to SDS & Technical and a PDF is available for download or printing. Options available for controlling stinging nettle in various situations are MCPA Amine 750 Herbicide, Nufarm Estercide Xtra 680 Herbicide, Bromicide 200 Selective Herbicide, or 2,4-DB 500SC Herbicide. Always read 'directions for use' labels carefully to ensure suitability to your situation.

  30. We have Bermuda grass with various weeds.  Can we use Kamba M Herbicide on the lawn?

  31. Q We have Bermuda grass with various weeds.  Can we use Kamba M Herbicide on the lawn?
    Asked by Deb on November 19, 2022 12:56 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide is suitable for most turf varieties (i.e. Bermuda (Couch) & Kikuyu), providing they are not a broadleaf species like Buffalo Grass.  Kamba M Herbicide effectively selectively targets a wide range of broadleaf weeds without harming the turf grass.

  32. Does Kamba M have any effect on Lantana?

  33. Q Does Kamba M have any effect on Lantana?
    Asked by Warren on November 18, 2022 7:36 am
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide is not recommended or registered to control woody weeds such as Lantana.  Speciality products such as Grazon Extra, DP 600, Starane Advanced or Garlon are considered better options.

  34. After applying Kamba M Herbicide to lawns, when is the lawn safe to play on?

  35. Q After applying Kamba M Herbicide to lawns, when is the lawn safe to play on?
    Asked by Russell on October 24, 2022 11:14 am
    Answered by the admin

    The best practice when using Kamba M Herbicide on lawns and turf is to withhold entry to the area until after the spray has completely dried.

  36. Will Kamba M Herbicide kill Bindi-eye seed on the plant?

  37. Q Will Kamba M Herbicide kill Bindi-eye seed on the plant?
    Asked by David on October 9, 2022 9:01 am
    Answered by the admin

    Kamba M Herbicide only kills the Bindi-eye plant.  It does not have any effect on the seed that is already viable.

  38. In a  5-Litre backpack how much Kamba M Herbicide is mixed with water?

  39. Q In a  5-Litre backpack how much Kamba M Herbicide is mixed with water?
    Asked by Wayne Orr on October 1, 2022 6:53 pm
    Answered by the admin

    For small turf areas (i.e. lawns), 33mL of Kamba M Herbicide is mixed in 5L water and sprayed evenly over 50m2.

  40. What size area does 1L of Kamba M Herbicide cover?

  41. Q What size area does 1L of Kamba M Herbicide cover?
    Asked by Linda on September 21, 2022 10:17 am
    Answered by the admin

    The Kamba M Herbicide 'Directions for Use' are available on the Specialist Sales website in the 'SDS and Technical' Tab.  The application rates depend on the Crop / Situation being sprayed and Weeds being targeted.

    For example, in Small Turf Areas (lawns): 100mL in 15L water sprayed evenly over 150m2 (1L will cover 1500m2) and Cereal Crops 1L-1.7L per Ha (10,000m2). 

    We recommend carefully reading the  'Directions for Use' to ensure the correct application rates for your situation.

  42. How often should I respray Capeweed with Kamba M Herbicide?

  43. Q How often should I respray Capeweed with Kamba M Herbicide?
    Asked by Sally on September 13, 2022 10:12 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Depending on the maturity of the Capweed plants, the Kamba M Herbicide may only suppress the plant.  If this occurs, reapply the Kamba M in approximately 2-3 weeks.  The Kamba M Herbicide is most effective on actively growing weeds and, in the case of Capeweed, when they are at the 2-4 leaf stage.

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Host & Pest

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Turf Bindy-Eye, Capeweed, Cat's Ear Or Flatweed, Chickweed, Clover, Cotulas, Creeping Oxalis, Cudweed, Dandelion - Taraxacum Officinale, Dock, Fat Hen, Fleabane, Fumitory, Jo-Jo, Medic, Mustard, Narrow Leaf Plantain, Pearlwort, Pennywort, Peppercress, Purple Top, Radish, Redflower Mallow, Ribwort, Ribgrass Or Lamb's Tongue, Scarlet Or Red Pimpernel, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soldier Thistle, Spear Or Black Thistle, Stagger Weed, Swinecress, Toad Rush, Variegated Thistle, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Grass Pasture Bathurst Burr, Buttercup, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Chicory, Cockspur Thistle Or Maltese Cockspur, Common Heliotrope, Crofton Weed, Cudweed, Dandelion - Taraxacum Officinale, Deadnettle, Fleabane, Fumitory, Groundsel Bush, Hoary Cress - Seedling, Horehound, Inkweed, Khaki Weed, Mintweed, Nettle, Nipplewort, Noogoora Burr, Penny Cress, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Purple Top, Ragwort, Scotch Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Smartweed, Soft Rush, Spear Or Black Thistle, Star Thistle, Stinkwort, Thistle, Variegated Thistle, Veined Verbena, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Non-Agricultural Area - General & Non-Crop Area - General Artichoke, Bindweed, Fennel, Hemlock, Thistle - Seedling
Barley Black Bindweed, Capeweed, Charlock, Chickweed, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Corn Spurry, Dock - Seedling, Fat Hen, Hoary Cress - Seedling, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mintweed, Mouse-ear Chickweed, Mustard, Narrow Leaf Plantain, New Zealand Spinach, Ribwort, Ribgrass Or Lamb's Tongue, Saffron Thistle, Scotch Thistle - Seedling, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel - Seedling, Spurry, Swinecress, Three-Cornered Jack Or Doublegee, Tree Hogweed, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Vetches, Volunteer Pea, Ward's Weed, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed Or Knotweed - Seed
Cereal Rye, Oats, Triticale & Wheat Black Bindweed, Capeweed, Charlock, Chickweed, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Corn Spurry, Dock - Seedling, Fat Hen, Hoary Cress - Seedling, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mintweed, Mouse-ear Chickweed, Mustard, Narrow Leaf Plantain, New Zealand Spinach, Ribwort, Ribgrass Or Lamb's Tongue, Saffron Thistle, Scotch Thistle - Seedling, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel - Seedling, Spurry, Swinecress, Three-Cornered Jack Or Doublegee, Tree Hogweed, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Vetches, Volunteer Pea, Ward's Weed, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed

Tips For Use

Restraints: 

  • Do not spray when rain seems likely to occur within 4 hours.
  • Do not spray when weeds are wet with dew or rain or under stress from drought, low soil fertility, extreme cold or waterlogging.
  • Do not spray outside crop growth stages recommended as crop damage may result.
  • Do not apply to crops or grass pastures undersown with clover, lucerne or medics.
  • Do not apply to legume pastures.
  • Do not apply to plants suffering from stress.

General Instructions: 

Mixing:

  • Add the required amount of Nufarm Kamba M directly to the tank and mix well. 

Application:

  • For Boom Application: Apply by a properly calibrated boom spray using not less than 50 L of water per hectare unless indicated otherwise in the Critical Comments column.
  • For Aerial Application: Apply at least 25L total spray volume per hectare. The aircraft should fly as low as practical under the prevailing conditions to minimise drift.
  • For High Volume Application: Apply a minimum of 1500L per hectare.
  • For Knapsack Application: A 15L knapsack treats 150 square metres.

Note: 

  • Spray when weeds are young and actively growing. 
  • A temporary wilting may be evident in crops after application. 
  • If seasonal conditions are unusually late or dry seek further advice as damage may result from spraying under these conditions. 
  • Growers should seek advice before spraying recently released cereal varieties. 
  • There is a nil tolerance of pea seed contaminates in cereal grain and less than 100% control of Volunteer peas could result in dockage.

Protection Of Crops, Native And Other Non-Target Plants:

  • Spray equipment must be calibrated accurately prior to working on crops. 
  • Minimise spray drift by using low pressure and nozzles which do not give a fine droplet size. 
  • Do not use in high wind. 
  • Do not apply under weather conditions, or from spraying equipment, that may cause spray to drift onto nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropping lands or pastures. 
  • Avoid spray drift onto susceptible crops such as cotton, tobacco, tomatoes, vines, lupins, fruit trees and ornamentals. 
  • Do not apply this product on or near desirable trees or plants or in locations where the chemical may be washed or moved into contact with their roots. 
  • Keep container sealed (airtight) when not in use. 
  • All spray equipment must be thoroughly washed out after use and must not be used for spraying horticulture crops.

Protection Of Wildlife, Fish, Crustaceans And Environment:

  • Do not contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with chemical or used containers.

Storage:

  • Store in the closed, original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area away from children, animals, food, feedstuffs, seed and fertilizers. 
  • Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Safety Directions: 

  • Harmful if absorbed by skin contact, inhaled or swallowed. 
  • Will irritate the eyes and skin.
  • Do not inhale the vapour. 
  • Repeated exposure may cause allergic disorders. 
  • When opening the container and preparing the spray wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, a washable hat, elbow-length PVC gloves, a face shield or goggles. 
  • When using the prepared spray wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, a washable hat and elbow-length PVC gloves. 
  • If the product is in the eyes, wash it out immediately with water. 
  • If the product is on the skin, immediately wash the area with soap and water. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. 
  • After each day’s use, wash gloves, face shield or goggles and contaminated clothing.

First Aid:

  • If poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126.
  • For further information, refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS). 

​This information and product advice is not intended to be advice or recommendations for any specific use or circumstance.  You should seek specialist advice before using any product. Always follow the manufacturer’s guidelines. Specialist Sales liability is limited.​

Withholding Period

Withholding Period Details (WHP): 

  • Do not graze or cut for stock food for 7 days after application. 
  • Harvest: Not required when used as directed.

SDS & Technical

Kamba M Herbicide Label (APVMA) Download Pdf
Kamba M Herbicide Label Download Pdf
Kamba M Herbicide SDS Download Pdf
Kamba M Herbicide TechSheet Download Pdf

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