Strim Herbicide is a pre-emergent or early post-emergent herbicide with an antagonistic effect against a wide range of weeds.
- It is a selective & systemic pre-emergence herbicide for control of annual broad-leaved & grass weeds in maize, sorghum, cotton, sugar cane, soybeans & peanuts.
- Being an alternative to atrazine, Strim is a new way to control weeds for maize farmers.
- It is absorbed predominantly by the hypocotyls and shoots.
Strim Herbicide: Dosage
- Maize, sweet corn: 3 Ltr/Ha (apply before, at, or immediately after planting and before weeds have germinated).
- Soybeans, peanuts, sunflower: 3 Ltr/Ha (apply before pre-emergence where soil crusting is likely. Apply before, at, or immediately after planting and before weeds emerge).
- Sugarcane: Apply as a pre and post-emergent application to the crop. Apply once per year only.
- 1.5 -2 liters/Ha (200ml per tank).
- Tank mix partners: Atrazine, nicosulfuron & paraquat for maize.
Strim Herbicide: Product details
- Composition: S-Metolachlor 960g/L
- Type: Pre-plant, pre-emergent, or early post-emergence.
- Formulation: EC
- Mode of action: Inhibition of weed seed germination.
- Registration information: A5-1193
Direction for use
- Maize, sweet corn, soybean, peanut: Pre-emergent application.
- Sugarcane: Pre- or post-emergent application to the crop.
- Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli: Immediately after transplanting.
- Cotton: Apply before or immediately after planting.
- Apply Strim within 0-3 days after sowing/transplanting.
- Maintain sufficient soil moisture at the time of application to activate the soil.
- Do not apply to waterlogged soils, don’t apply if heavy rains or storms are likely to cause run-off is expected in 2 days.
- Avoid contact with eyes, skin while handling the concentrate or spray solution. Users should use full protective clothing.
Strim Herbicide: Storage condition
- Should be stored in a separate room in separate lockers under lock & key. The storage room should be well built, ventilated, dry, and cool.
Pests and Diseases
- Awnless Grass
- Barnyard Grass
- Crowsfoot Grass
- Guinea Grass
- Liverseed Grass
- Pigeon Grass
- Redroot Amaranth
- Summer grass