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Adama Cutlass M (Herbicide)

Adama Cutlass M (Herbicide)

CUTLASS® M herbicide is a broadleaf herbicide containing 340 g/L MCPA and 80 g/L Dicamba

It is registered for the control of a very broad range of dicot weeds in turf and several herbaceous weeds in general  non crop situations

CUTLASS® M Herbicide can be used on a large number of established turf varieties

CUTLASS® M provides quick weed knockdown as well as being one of the broadest spectrum broadleaf weed herbicides available on the market, registered to control 23 weeds.



  • Schedule 5 chemistry 
  • Low volatility, non ester formulation
  • Broadest Spectrum Weed Control. Labelled to control 23 weeds
  • Quick Knockdown. Kills weed in 7-14 days
  • Effective on both immature and mature weeds
  • Controls tough broadleaf weeds such as Capeweed, Parlwort, Fleabane, Creeping Oxalis and Wireweed
  • Can be used over a range of turf species & in other non crop situations.



  • Safer than many schedule 6 broadleaf weed herbicides on the market
  • No restrictions on use
  • Will get the job done on most broadleaf weed species
  • Visible results within a shorter period of time. Newer products can take longer to work
  • Controls broadleaf weeds at most stages of development
  • Can effectively be used to target the toughest weeds in your situation
  • Safe on most key turf types on the market with the benefits of multiple uses in other non crop situations.


Key Targets

  • Climbing Buckwheat
  • Spiny Emex
  • Volunteer Legumes
  • Wireweed



  • Barley
  • Cereals
  • Oats
  • Pastures
  • Triticale
  • Turf
  • Wheat



ADAMA is a leading global crop protection company, providing solutions to combat weeds, insects and disease, so farmers can do what they do best: feed and clothe the world.



Centaur Asia Pacific is the distributor for Adama range of products in Hong Kong, Macau, Vietnam, Singapore, and Malaysia.

Updated on: 29 April 2022


Dicamba 80 g/L + MCPA 340 g/L



SL- Soluble Liquid Concentrate


Mode of Action


MCPA & Dicamba are foliar absorbed systemic herbicides that belong to the Group I Mode of Action Group. They are often termed auxin mimic herbicides because they mimic natural growth hormones, and upset the natural hormone balance in weedy species. Growth hormones regulate cell elongation, protein synthesis, and cell division. By upsetting the normal hormone balance, Auxin mimic herbicides cause unregulated plant growth.

The unregulated growth causes symptoms on susceptible plants that include growth and reproduction abnormalities (especially on new growth). Broadleaf weed species exhibit stem and petiole twisting (epinasty), leaf malformations, parallel venation, crinkling, leaf strapping, stem callus formation, and stunted root growth. Auxinic herbicides are active primarily in growing plants. Plant death is gradual, due to unconstrained mobilization of reserves, however generally symptoms are observed within 7- 14 days following application.