The importance of upholding soil health and sustaining its productivity for the future is essential. No matter what the enterprise, we are reliant on soil for all production, either to produce our crops or forage to feed livestock. Rising input costs have led to a greater emphasis being placed on the importance of fertile soils with good structure. A single crop can deplete soils of up to 5% of soil organic matter each year which can have a detrimental effect on soil health in the long term if organic matter is not replenished. Therefore, it is vital that measures are taken to conserve soil, which some may say is our most valuable resource. There are numerous ways
Interval Forage Rape Seed
Interval Forage rape/kale cross. This can increase the grazing period into January due to its winter hardiness. Interval has exceptional yield potential, combined with good disease resistance. It is quick to establish and is perfect for fattening lambs or flushing ewes. In our in-house trials, Interval was preferentially grazed over other varieties, which suggests that it is more palatable.
Interval Forage Rape has exceptional yield potential, disease resistance and its palatability is ideal for finishing lambs or dairy cows. When it comes to filling the gap in a winter feed programme, Interval Rape/Kale hybrid can really boost profits. Due to the crop being a hybrid with Kale, its utilisation period can run into January providing an extended grazing period. Our in-house trials showed that Interval was preferentially grazed over other forage varieties, suggesting superior palatability.
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