Germinal Multi Species Grass Mix

90.00

This multi-species grass seed mix contains high-quality grasses, legumes and herbs, providing multiple sources of protein, energy and minerals for grazing livestock.

Soil health benefits from the plant species’ different abilities to fix and lift nitrogen, reducing environmental impact.

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Description

This multi-species grass seed mix contains high-quality grasses, legumes and herbs, providing multiple sources of protein, energy and minerals for grazing livestock.

Soil health benefits from the plant species’ different abilities to fix and lift nitrogen, reducing environmental impact.

Benefits of Multi-Species Mixture

  • Superior sward performance through complementary plant species
  • Improved soil structure
  • Increased drought tolerance
  • Ideal for finishing lambs, cattle and dairy systems
  • Reduced effect of internal parasites
  • High-quality feed through the summer

 

kg/acre Variety Type Heading date
3.30 Briant Perennial ryegrass (T) 03 June
3.30 AberBann Perennial ryegrass (D) 10 June
0.70 Comer Timothy
1.50 White clover blend Legume
1.50 Red clover blend Legume
1.00 Tonic Plantain
0.70 Puna II Chicory

 

Usage guide: Multi-Species Mixture

Sowing rate: 14 kg/acre (35 kg/ha)

Sowing time: April to September

Sowing depth: 10 -15 mm

Sowing instructions: Cultivate to achieve a fine, firm seedbed. Ploughing will help level rough fields. Sow in good conditions (warm with rain forecast), no deeper than 10-15mm. Roll well after sowing to ensure good soil/ seed contact. Apply N, P & K as per soil test results and nitrates rules.

After sowing: Monitor for pest attack and take immediate action where necessary.

Grazing: Graze the new swards frequently and low covers to assist in tillering and help create a dense sward.

Uses: Dairy – Y; cattle – Y; sheep – Y; silage – Y

Additional information

Weight 12 kg

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