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Fast Grass - One Year Quick Growing Grass Seed Mix

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13.00KG / 1 ACRE PACK Fast Grass is a one year fast establishing grass mixture ideal for silage.

Grazing * Silage ***** Hay ***

 

Fast Grass is a silage mixture, with very fast establishment and even quicker growth due to the westerwold content. This mix can produce silage crops within 10-12 weeks from drilling. It provides exceptional yields and quality cuts. Fast Grass can be sown later in the autumn, as it establishes at lower temperatures.

General Specifications:

Kg Species & varieties
6.50 Liquattro Westerwold
3.25 Hunter Tetraploid IRG
3.25 Shakira Diploid IRG
 

Why buy this mixture?

Hunter 
  • Third highest first harvest year yield
  • Second highest first and second cut ME yield
  • Joint highest winter hardiness score  
Shakira 
  • Second hughest first and second highest ME yield
  • The highest yielding year one first cut
  • Second highest ryegrass masaic virus score

 

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