EAMU update: Shotput for the protection of sweet potato

Product name: Shotput

EAMU number: 2014/2252

Active ingredient: 70% w/w metribuzin

Marketed by: Adama Agricultural Solutions UK Ltd

MAPP number: 15968

Use: as a herbicide on outdoor crops of sweet potato for control of broad leaved weeds and grass weeds. Apply in a minimum water volume of 200 litres per hectare.

EAMU expiry date: 31/01/2021

For full and up-to-date information, go to the Chemicals Regulation Directorate website: https://secure.pesticides.gov.uk/offlabels/search.asp


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