Aber HSG 3 Long Term Grazing is made up exclusively of Aber High Sugar Grass diploid perennial ryegrasses that have the highest ratings for grazing quality and yield on the Recommended List.
This agri grass seed mixture is unrivalled for persistency under grazing. Managed well, it can continue to perform for seven to ten years, giving you maximum yields of the highest quality grazing.
AberBann HSG, one of the outstanding perennial ryegrasses on the NIAB Recommended List is included for 2022.
Key benefits in summary
- Combines an excellent grazing yield and D-value
- Outstanding autumn production for the mixture
- 100% Aber HSG diploid perennial ryegrasses
- Very persistent sward with good ‘bottom’
- High palatability and dry matter intakes
- Reduced nitrogen losses to the environment
- Persists for up to ten years
|2.00||AberZeus||Perennial ryegrass||25 May|
|3.00||AberWolf||Perennial ryegrass||26 May|
|3.00||AberGreen||Perennial ryegrass||28 May|
|2.00||AberBann||Perennial ryegrass||07 Jun|
|3.00||AberChoice||Perennial ryegrass||08 Jun|
|1.00||AberPasture||White clover blend|
Note: Heading date average for Aber HSG 3 Long Term Grazing is 31 May for Northern Ireland. When cutting for silage, aim to cut five to ten days before the average heading date for optimum quality. Optimum spread of heading dates within mixtures for grazing and cutting results in better performance of the swards.
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|Sowing rate||34.5 kg/ha (14 kg/acre)|
|Sowing time||March/April or August/September|
|Sowing depth||15 mm (1/2 inch) or broadcast|
|Sowing instructions||Drill into a fine tilth
Moist and warm soil conditions (minimum 5˚C)
Roll before and after drilling for good soil-to-seed contact
|Additional comments||Where clovers or herbs are included, sow no later than mid-September|