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Field Margin Grass Seed Mix

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The Field Environmental scheme grass seed mix for field margins is suitable for drilling buffer strips to create new habitats for small mammals, invertebrates and birds.

Establish a grassy strip during the first 12 months of your agreement. To control annual weeds and to encourage grass to tiller may require frequent cutting. No fertiliser or manures are to be applied. Herbicides can be applied only to spot treat or weed wipe injurious weeds. (Other conditions apply)

General Specifications: 

10%  Browntop Bent
10%  Cocksfoot
20%  Meadow Fescue
10%  Smooth Stalked Meadow Grass
20%  Timothy
30%  Creeping Red Fescue

Images are for reference only and not a true representation of the product once grown.

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