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CONSERVATION WILD FLOWERS FOR BUFFER STRIPS

To encourage plant diversity and encourage insects and small mammals, surface sow at 5 grams per square metre.  Mowing once a year in autumn will encourage seed shed and it is preferable to remove cut material if possible.

Our mixture of 95% fine grasses and 5% native perennial British wildflowers will produce an interesting and colourful area whilst being economic; all the wildflowers are considered non-toxic with the main flowering period through the months of June, July and August.

Sowing rate

15kg/ha mixed with 35kg cereal/ha

Supplied in 1kg bags

Wild Flowers for Buffer Strips

The product

HOW BAR 7 RPR WORKS

  • Star cultivar Barclay II will provide improved wear tolerance and recovery, as well as better stability and tensile strength
  • Barorlando and Barcristalla combine levels of wear tolerance, cleanness of cut and genetic colour that is unparalleled amongst their rivals
  • Bareuro offers exceptional recovery from wear, fusarium tolerance and cool temperature germination

In the bag

30% Strong Creeping Red Fescue

30% Sheeps Fescue - Grass

20% Chewings Fescue - Grass

10% Slender Creeping Red Fescue - Grass

5% Browntop Bent

1.5% Yarrow

1.5% Ox-eye Daisy

1% Self Heal

0.7% Black Knapweed

0.3% Birdsfoot Trefoil

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