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Marshal Lucerne (Medicago Sativa)

 
Pollen & Nectar Source
This product contains flowering species which are beneficial for pollinating insects like bees and butterflies.
 
Drought Tolerant
Contains deep rooted plants. Grows better in dry weather than shallow rooted species. Massively improves soil structure.
 
Low Fertiliser Input
Contains enough N fixing legumes to be self sufficient requiring no fertiliser input.
 
Nitrogen Fixing
This item contains leguminous species, which naturally fix Nitrogen from the air into the soil.
 
Slow Growing
Slower to establish but require much less maintenance and management.
Ref: LUCE. Lucerne is a very popular plant in the US, used in the UK for silage and hay. Lucerne is also known as Alfalfa when sown as hay to the equine market. It is a high protein nitrogen fixing legume which thrives on free draining, non-acidic soil and requires no fertiliser. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
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Sowing rate: 8.0kg/acre (20.0kg/ha)

£62.00 / Acre

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Lucerne ORGANIC (Medicago sativa)

 
Pollen & Nectar Source
This product contains flowering species which are beneficial for pollinating insects like bees and butterflies.
 
Drought Tolerant
Contains deep rooted plants. Grows better in dry weather than shallow rooted species. Massively improves soil structure.
 
Low Fertiliser Input
Contains enough N fixing legumes to be self sufficient requiring no fertiliser input.
 
Nitrogen Fixing
This item contains leguminous species, which naturally fix Nitrogen from the air into the soil.
 
Slow Growing
Slower to establish but require much less maintenance and management.
Ref: LUCO. Lucerne is a very popular plant in the US, used in the UK primarily for silage and hay. Lucerne is also known as Alfalfa when sown as hay to the equine market. It is a high protein nitrogen fixing legume which thrives on free draining, non-acidic soil and requires no fertiliser. More details...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
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Sowing rate: 8.0kg/acre (20.0kg/ha)

£62.00 / Acre

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Long Lasting Upland Dual Purpose Mix

 
Low Fertiliser Input
Contains enough N fixing legumes to be self sufficient requiring no fertiliser input.
 
Persistent Plants
Perennial species which survive for several or many years, saving money on establishment costs.
 
Nitrogen Fixing
This item contains leguminous species, which naturally fix Nitrogen from the air into the soil.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
Ref: MIXCGO5. This ryegrass-free mix is very long lasting and will tolerate harsh upland conditions. It is very palatable and is best when rotationally grazed to allow a period of recovery and regrowth. It can also be cut for silage or hay with the best quality forage coming from swards which are cut before heading. Mixture Contents...
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Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
Grass
Legume
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Sowing rate: 12.5kg/acre (31.3kg/ha)

£76.79 / Acre

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Long Lasting Upland Dual Purpose Mix 50% ORGANIC

 
Low Fertiliser Input
Contains enough N fixing legumes to be self sufficient requiring no fertiliser input.
 
Persistent Plants
Perennial species which survive for several or many years, saving money on establishment costs.
 
Nitrogen Fixing
This item contains leguminous species, which naturally fix Nitrogen from the air into the soil.
 
Fast Establishment
Quick to establish with rapid growth. Very competitive against weeds and fast to recover after cutting/grazing.
Ref: MIXCGO5ORG. This ryegrass-free mix is very long lasting and will tolerate harsh upland conditions. It is very palatable and is best when rotationally grazed to allow a period of recovery and regrowth. It can also be cut for silage or hay with the best quality forage coming from swards which are cut before heading. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
Grass
Legume
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Sowing rate: 12.5kg/acre (31.3kg/ha)

£96.72 / Acre

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Recreating Grassland

 
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.
Ref: MIXRG. ELS/HLS/CSS Codes: HK7, ED2
The mixture is suitable for sowing on most soil types ranging from clays to calcareous. The mixture provides grass for grazing or hay production. This long-term mixture is best sown from mid March until mid September. The small seeds should be surface sown onto a fine, firm seedbed and rolled. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
Grass
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Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£58.50 / Acre

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Recreating Grassland 50% ORGANIC

 
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.
Ref: MIXRGORG. OELS/HLS Codes: HK7, OD2
This mix is suitable for sowing on most soil types ranging from clays to calcareous. Frequently this type of mixture provides grass for grazing or hay production. This long-term mixture is best sown from mid March until mid September. It should be surface sown onto a fine, firm seedbedand rolled. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
Grass
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Sowing rate: 10.0kg/acre (25.0kg/ha)

£58.50 / Acre

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Traditional Hay Maker - Long Term Hay Ley

 
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.
Ref: MIXHM. This traditional hay meadow mix is very long lasting, although slower to establish than a straight ryegrass ley, it will go on to provide good quality, bulky hay crops with low disease levels for many years. Once cut it can be used for aftermath grazing. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
Grass
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Sowing rate: 13.0kg/acre (32.5kg/ha)

£69.70 / Acre

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Traditional Hay Maker - Long Term Hay Ley - 50% ORGANIC

 
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.
Ref: MIXHMORG. This traditional hay meadow mix is very long lasting, although slower to establish than a straight ryegrass ley, it will go on to provide good quality, bulky hay crops with low disease levels for many years. Once cut it can be used for aftermath grazing. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
Grass
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Sowing rate: 13.0kg/acre (32.5kg/ha)

£84.08 / Acre

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Species Rich Parkland Grassland Low Maintenance

 
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.
Ref: MIXPGLM. ELS/HLS/CSS Codes: HK7
A slow growing and more manageable seed mixture for those with low requirements from permanent grassland. This mixture can be grazed periodically or topped to keep a tidy appearance. Sow between March and early May or August and late September. Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
Grass
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Sowing rate: 16.0kg/acre (40.0kg/ha)

£127.68 / Acre

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Species Rich Parkland Grass Low Maintenance 20% ORGANIC

 
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.
Ref: MIXPGLMORG. OELS/HLS Codes: HK7
A slow growing and more manageable seed mixture for those with low requirements from permanent grassland. This mixture can be grazed periodically or topped to keep a tidy appearance. Sow between March and early May or August and late September. Derogation required. NO ORGANIC AVAILABLE 2020 Mixture Contents...
Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     
Cutting Suitability (1-5)
     
Grass
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Sowing rate: 16.0kg/acre (40.0kg/ha)

£127.68 / Acre

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Units AcHaKg

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Standard Horse Pasture - Long Term Grazing & Hay

This is our standard mix which provides a fast establishing dense turf for grazing or the occasional cut of hay. It does contain ryegrass so would not be suitable for horses or ponies that are prone to laminitis or Equine Metabolic Syndrome.

Standard Horse Pasture - Long Term Grazing & Hay - 50% ORGANIC

This is our standard mix which provides a fast establishing dense turf for grazing or the occasional cut of hay. It does contain ryegrass so would not be suitable for horses or ponies that are prone to laminitis or Equine Metabolic Syndrome.

Early Bite Sheep & Hay Ley

Ideal for more early grass on light land, this ley will provide good growth throughout the year and is especially good for lamb production. It is also suitable for hay or silage and can be expected to last for at least three years. Contains white clovers, making grazing more palatable and increasing live weight gains.

Natural Pony Paddock - with Herbs & No Ryegrass

Research suggests that ryegrass increases risk of laminitis so by avoiding ryegrass this mix of traditional grasses and herbs pasture offers forage rich in nutrients but not in sugars. Slower to establish than mixes with ryegrass, the turf is dense and more resilient. Sow no later than mid September.

Natural Pony Paddock - 50% ORGANIC

Research suggests that ryegrass increases risk of laminitis so by avoiding ryegrass this mix of traditional grasses and herbs pasture offers forage rich in nutrients but not in sugars. Slower to establish than mixes with ryegrass, the turf is dense and more resilient. Sow no later than mid September.

Equine Pasture Mix - Long Term No Ryegrass

This is a more persistent, non-ryegrass mix providing good quality, diverse forage with a low sugar content. Although this mix will take a little longer to establish than a ryegrass based mix, it will provide a dense, resilient turf with balanced forage for grazing and hay.

Equine Pasture Mix - Long Term No Ryegrass - 50% ORGANIC

This is a more persistent, non-ryegrass mix providing good quality, diverse forage with a low sugar content. Although this mix will take a little longer to establish than a ryegrass based mix, it will provide a dense, resilient turf with balanced forage for grazing and hay.

Grass Companion Option for Sainfoin & Lucerne

We recommend the use of a non-competitive grass mixture to be sown with sainfoin and lucerne. The grass fills the base of the crop, increasing yield and soluble sugars to improve silage fermentation and ground cover if being grazed. The grass seed element should be surface sown and rolled in.

Sainfoin & Lucerne Grass Companion 50% ORGANIC

We recommend the use of a non-competitive grass mixture to be sown with sainfoin and lucerne. The grass fills the base of the crop, increasing yield and soluble sugars to improve silage fermentation and ground cover if being grazed. The grass seed element should be surface sown and rolled in.