General Purpose Game Mix

 
Pollen & Nectar Source
This product contains flowering species which are beneficial for pollinating insects like bees and butterflies.
 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: MIXGAME. This is our best-selling game crop which is a traditional spring sown mixture containing species selected to provide feed and cover. It is of particular interest to pheasants and partridges, but is also attractive to other wild farm birds. It is best sown during April and May into a well-worked seedbed. It is worth creating a stale seedbed before sowing in order to reduce the weed population. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Brassica
Other
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Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£42.45 / Acre

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General Purpose Game Mix 70% ORGANIC

 
Pollen & Nectar Source
This product contains flowering species which are beneficial for pollinating insects like bees and butterflies.
 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: MIXGAMEORG. This is our best-selling game crop which is a traditional spring sown mixture containing species selected to provide feed and cover. It is of particular interest to pheasants and partridges, but is also attractive to other wild farm birds. It is best sown during April and May into a well-worked seedbed. It is worth creating a stale seedbed before sowing in order to reduce the weed population. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Legume
Brassica
Cereal
Other
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Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£46.91 / Acre

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Quinoa/Kale Mixture

 
Slow Growing
Slower to establish but require much less maintenance and management.
 
Winter Hardy
Once properly established plants in this mix usually tolerate a typical British winter.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: MIXQUI. This simple combination supplies the two key requirements of birds: cover and feed. The kale provides excellent winter cover and supports the quinoa plants. Quinoa can provide 1-2 tonnes per acre of high protein feed from late autumn. To establish a good crop sow between April and May into a well worked seedbed which is free of weeds. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Brassica
Other
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Sowing rate: 3.0kg/acre (7.5kg/ha)

£30.23 / Acre

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Quinoa/Kale Mixture 70% ORGANIC

 
Slow Growing
Slower to establish but require much less maintenance and management.
 
Winter Hardy
Once properly established plants in this mix usually tolerate a typical British winter.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: MIXQUIORG. This simple combination supplies the two key requirements of birds: cover and feed. The kale provides excellent winter cover and supports the quinoa plants. Quinoa is used as a grain crop in South America and, in the UK, it can provide 1-2 tonnes per acre of high protein feed from late autumn. To establish a good crop sow between April and May into a well worked seedbed which is free of weeds. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Brassica
Other
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Sowing rate: 3.0kg/acre (7.5kg/ha)

£34.02 / Acre

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Retrieve Mixture

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: MIXRET. For a summer sowing after a failed spring crop nothing beats rape and mustard. Itís quick, reliable and it works. Updated 2018 for increased winter hardiness. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Brassica
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Sowing rate: 6.0kg/acre (15.0kg/ha)

£17.65 / Acre

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Retrieve Mixture 70% ORGANIC

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: MIXRETORG. For a summer sowing after a failed spring crop nothing beats rape and mustard. Itís quick, reliable and it works. Updated 2018 for increased winter hardiness. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Brassica
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Sowing rate: 6.0kg/acre (15.0kg/ha)

£26.88 / Acre

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Ref: MIXMIL. Combining red and white millet for a wider window of seed production and reed millet to provide cover. Mixture Contents...
Other
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 8.0kg/acre (20.0kg/ha)

£29.20 / Acre

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Possible Game Maize (Zea mays) - measurol treated

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: GAMEMAI. A short to medium height maize, it is a strong variety with good resistance to lodging. It has medium maturity (FAO 240) and good early vigour. Maize is one of the most useful game crops providing a source of winter feed. The open bottom of a maize crop draws pheasants and partridges alike. It is best sown during MaySupplied in Acre packs only More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 13.0kg/acre (32.5kg/ha)

£39.00 / Acre

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Dwarf Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor)

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
Ref: SORGHUMPO. An excellent windbreak around other crops, it is an annual crop with similar properties to maize. Only available in sealed one acre packs. It is worth noting that sorghum seed is usually treated as standard, so please bear this in mind if ordering for organic farms. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 8.0kg/acre (20.0kg/ha)

£29.60 / Acre

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Hybrid Rape/Kale (Brassica napus)

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Winter Hardy
Once properly established plants in this mix usually tolerate a typical British winter.
Ref: HYBRIDRK. Introduced to capitalise on the benefits of both rape and kale, this new fodder crop is ready in 12 weeks from drilling. Many farmers favour this crop as it can offer good regrowth potential and improved winter hardiness. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 3.0kg/acre (7.5kg/ha)

£8.00 / kg

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Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)

 
Pollen & Nectar Source
This product contains flowering species which are beneficial for pollinating insects like bees and butterflies.
 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: SUNFLOWER. Drill after mid April into warm soils. Standard sunflower can reach 2 metres + but there are smaller dwarf varieties available. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Click for Organic

Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£4.40 / kg

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Sunflower ORGANIC (Helianthus annuus)

 
Pollen & Nectar Source
This product contains flowering species which are beneficial for pollinating insects like bees and butterflies.
 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: SUNFLOWERO. Drill after mid April into warm soils. Standard sunflower can reach 2 metres + but there are smaller dwarf varieties available. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Click for Organic

Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£6.15 / kg

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White Millet (Panicum miliaceum)

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: WMILLET. Highly recommended for its feed attributes. Millet is seldom sown on its own, however sown with maize or kale, results can be excellent. One method is to plant maize in the usual wide rows and then to drill or broadcast millet in blocks at right angles to the maize. This will ensure a steady release of birds. Sow during April and May. (Please note, the above picture is a Millet / Maize mixture) More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£2.75 / kg

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Red Millet (Panicum miliaceum)

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
 
Farmland Bird
Produces autumn and winter food for seed eating birds.
Ref: RMILLET. Red millet has very similar attributes to its relative, white millet. Millet is seldom sown on its own, however sown with maize or kale, results can be excellent. One method is to plant maize in the usual wide rows and then to drill or broadcast millet in blocks at right angles to the maize. This will ensure a steady release of birds. Sow during April and May. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£2.75 / kg

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Japanese Reed Millet (Echinochloa esculenta)

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
Ref: JAPREED. Japanese Reed Millet (often known as Tanka) is a stronger, reasonably hardy millet, used promarily for cover and holding up other millet species, rather than a food source. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£6.00 / kg

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Kale (Brassica oleracea)

 
Slow Growing
Slower to establish but require much less maintenance and management.
 
Winter Hardy
Once properly established plants in this mix usually tolerate a typical British winter.
Ref: KALE. Kale is the highest yielding brassica and, being winter hardy, can relieve pressure on winter forage demands. It has a high protein content and is usually grazed between September and March, depending on sowing time. Kale is grown in England, Scotland and eastern parts of Wales. Seed is sown between April and June. Twenty weeks are required to grow a full crop. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 2.0kg/acre (5.0kg/ha)

£9.80 / kg

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Carbon Mustard / Kale Hybrid (Brassica napus)

 
Annual Species
Contains annual plants which usually die once they have flowered. Most annuals establish and set seed in the same year.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
Ref: HYBRIDKM. A great crop for producing cover in a short space of time, normally sown in June or July for winter cover, from autumn onwards. It combines the rapid establishment of Mustard with the winter hardiness of Kale.It is a newer variety from the same plant breeder as Utopia. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 2.0kg/acre (5.0kg/ha)

£19.50 / kg

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Canary Grass (Phalaris aquatica)

 
Persistent Plants
Perennial species which survive for several or many years, saving money on establishment costs.
 
Slow Growing
Slower to establish but require much less maintenance and management.
 
Winter Hardy
Once properly established plants in this mix usually tolerate a typical British winter.
Ref: CANAQU. This perennial grass is drilled in wide rows (60-90cm) and takes a year or so to become established. From the second year the seed heads will reach two metres and the crop can usually be relied upon for 10 years. Good for pheasants and partridges as well as linnets and wrens. Sow in May. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 3.0kg/acre (7.5kg/ha)

£18.35 / kg

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Reed Canary Grass (Phalaris arundinacea)

 
Persistent Plants
Perennial species which survive for several or many years, saving money on establishment costs.
 
Slow Growing
Slower to establish but require much less maintenance and management.
 
Winter Hardy
Once properly established plants in this mix usually tolerate a typical British winter.
Ref: REEDCAN. Grows taller than Canary grass and is more suitable to northern climates because it tolerates extreme cold weather. Reed Canary grass can be slow to establish, sometimes taking up to two years but it will tolerate a wide range of soil types. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Conventional Only

Sowing rate: 3.0kg/acre (7.5kg/ha)

£29.35 / kg

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