The problems with weed control in-gamecover crops usually arise because the combination of several different crop species in the mixture, it can make it difficult to find herbicides that are safe to all the components. Weed pressure is also increased when cover crops are sown on the same piece of land for a number of years.
Basic Habitat Game Cover
Chewings fescue, common bent, smooth stalked meadow grass, rough stalked meadow grass, timothy, cocksfoot, meadow fescue, tall fescue, sheeps/hard fescue, crested dogstail, red clover
• Ideally suited for either 2, 4 or 6 metre buffer strips
• Contains grasses that are the food plants of several butterflies and insects
• Once established, the mixture can help protect habitats from sprays and fertiliser applications
• Sow in spring or autumn
• Supplied in 8 kilo units