Maize pre ems

clemmo

Member
what pre ems are a lot of you using?

Have just seen a rec for Templar, most micro and stay put what would your thoughts be on that?

Be interesting to see if your thoughts are the same as mine!!

Conventional maize to be drilled in may no particular weed issues
 

Brisel

Member
NFFN Member
Location
North Yorkshire
Never done pre ems unless huge grass weed pressure. Callisto + Millagro (Samson) post em isn't cheap but it nails everything & keeps it clean all season.
 

Norm

Member
Last season for Templar.
The terb in it works well on cranesbill pre-em IME. Can be used pre em just for the terb btw. Obvs the bromoxynil is superfluous to efficacy in this situation.
 

rob1

Member
Location
wiltshire
Never done pre ems unless huge grass weed pressure. Callisto + Millagro (Samson) post em isn't cheap but it nails everything & keeps it clean all season.
dont normally do maize except for one tight customer who wont pay another local contractor who charges more for lower acreages as my wheel settings dont meet row size and too wide so flatten one row but everyone round here seems to be using PDM this year pre em so got lots to do
 

Boysground

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Wiltshire
Pdm here I used to worry about it being too dry for a pre email. Then one year when it was very dusty and a couple of spray misses proved to me how effective it can be. Also I am a little cautious about using just su products.

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