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Stronghold drought resistant Mix 15KG

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15KG / 1 ACRE PACK Stronghold has been specifically designed to thrive in drought prone areas.

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Stronghold has been specifically designed to thrive and persist in drought prone areas whilst still producing quality, high DM yields. The mix can provide 1-2 cuts, followed by quality aftermath grazing. Stronghold will produce more forage on light, drier soil types than ryegrass only mixes. A clover blend is included to suit a wide range of grassland systems and provides the benefit of soil N fixation. This blend will also help yo increase protein levels. Timothy is used as it is a palatable grass, which helps fill the summer gap. 

General Specifications:

Kg Species & varieties
4.00 Cocksfoot
4.00 Lofa Festulolium
2.00 Meadow Fescue
2.50 Fintona Int Tetraploid PRG
1.50 Comer Timothy
0.25 Rivendel White Clover (Small Leaf) 
0.50 AberSwan White Clover (Med Leaf)
0.25 Barblanca White Clover (Large Leaf)

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