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- Increases the proportion of productive species in the sward
- Improves the quality of the grass for better animal performance
- Increases or replaces the white clover content of the sward
- Tolerant of more challenging soil types
- Repairs the damage caused by poaching of grazing swards
- Designed to work best with specialist overseeding techniques
- Includes varieties which are aggressive enough to establish in an existing sward, yet easy to manage, providing they are tightly grazed in spring
When to sow
Sow when soil temperature is above 8°C; clover will germinate at 10°C.
When to cut & graze
The mixture has been designed to provide season-long production, with exceptional early spring growth, making it ideal for outdoor lambing or early cattle turnout. It will also provide good late season growth.
Once established, the sward should be tightly grazed in spring followed by either a full season of grazing, or one, possibly two, cuts of baled silage, haylage or hay.