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Wynnstay Protein Booster Seed Mix 5kg

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2KG / ACRE Add protein to the ruminant's diet with this intermediate drilling mix

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 Protein mix has a higher protein content than normal due to the high inclusion of Forage Rape and Kale. The inclusion of Kale and Main Crop turnips mean that this mix’s winter hardiness is excellent and will extend the grazing period.

General Specifications:

1.25KG Interval Forage Rape
0.40KG Vollenda Stubble Turnips
0.10KG Maris Kestrel Kale
0.25KG Greenglobe Maincrop Turnips

2KG / Acre

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