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Gallop Long-Term Grass Seed Mix

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1KG Gallop Mix is ideal for new gallops or end of season grass renovation.

Gallop Mix is designed to produce a dense sward with a strong root system that will recover quickly. The mix contains Strong Creeping Red Fescue as it grows along the ground, knitting the pasture together to fill in any hoof prints left by the galloping horses. Using the Gallop Mix does not produce a lot of tall growth like agricultural grasses allowing horses to travel freely in the ley. It is advised to use a seed rate of 20 -35g per square metre.

35%  Dwarf Perennial Ryegrass
35%  Dwarf Perennial Ryegrass
20%  Strong Creping Red Fescue
10%  Smooth Stalked Meadow Grass

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