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Wynnstay Forage Provider Seed Mix 7kg

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7.00KG / Acre Pack A late drilling catch crop mixture

Catch Crops provide valuable forage when grass growth is restricted. Many grow a catch crop to break up a ley or grass pasture. The Wynnstay Forage Provider is made up of Forage Rape, Stubble Turnips and Italian Ryegrass. The Italian Ryegrass will improve the thickness of the crop whilst helping to keep the animals clean, and also providing grazing through to the following spring. The inclusion of both Vollenda and Interval will make this mix more palatable and will give a good balance of protein and energy to the diet. 

General Specifications:

1.50KG Interval Forage Rape
0.50KG Vollenda Stubble Turnips
5.00KG Italian Tetraploid Ryegrass

7.00 KG / Acre

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