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Springer Seed Mix 15kg

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SCGMC1450
  • Ideal for sowing on areas that cannot be sown annually
  • Triticale will provide feed in the first year
  • Second and third years will see the chicory flower at a height of 1.5m
  • Very drought tolerant due to deep rooting chicory
  • Excellent driving cover
  • Crop height can measure 150-200cm (second year)
  • Mixture formulation: Perennial chicory and Spring Triticale
  • Supplied in 15 kilo once acre unit

Springer is a perennial game cover mix that makes excellent driving cover. Our perennial game cover solutions are ideal for sowing on areas that cannot be sown annually or on pasture leys that are too wet for good performance of other forage plants. The mixture is made up of Perennial Chicory and Spring Triticale reaching a height of 150cm to 200cm. The Triticale in the mixture provides feed in the first year with the second and third year providing feed from the Chicory. The mixture is drought tolerant due to Chicory’s deep rooting with the Triticale contributing to resistance from rabbit damage.

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