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EF4 Nectar Flower Grass Seed Mix 5kg

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10kg pack 20kg/Ha

The EF4 Nectar Flower mixture is a combination of flowering plants that are sown into the farmed landscape to boost essential food sources for insects including butterflies and bees.

Sowing an area of flowering plants into the farmed landscape will boost the availability of essential food sources for a range of nectarfeeding insects, including butterflies and bees. Sow in strips or a block, no more than 0.5ha per 20ha between mid-March and mid-April or JulyAug. Re-establish as necessary to maintain a sustained pollen nectar supply. To stimulate late flowering, cut half the area to 20cm in June and the whole area to 10cm between mid-Sept and the end of Oct, ideally removing cuttings. (Other conditions apply)

General Specifications:

40%  Altraswede Red Clover
40%  Alsike Red Clover
10%  Sainfoin
10%  Birdsfoot Trefoil

 

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