The dense leafy sward produced by this grass and white clover seed mixture makes it the best selection for intensive animal production systems.
Its yield and quality are retained in both grazing or cut-and-graze systems.
Benefits of Top 5 Grazing
- Suitable for dairy, beef and sheep systems
- High palatability to drive dry matter intakes and animal performance
- Supreme grazing yield and quality
- Suitable for intensive grazing or cut-and-graze
- Excellent spring and autumn growth
|2.50||Ballintoy||Perennial ryegrass (T)||04 June|
|2.50||Gracehill||Perennial ryegrass (T)||04 June|
|3.20||AberBann||Perennial ryegrass (D)||10 June|
|3.20||Drumbo||Perennial ryegrass (D)||05 June|
|0.60||White Clover Blend|
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Sowing rate: 14 kg/acre (35 kg/ha)
Sowing time: April-September (first week)
Sowing depth: 10-15 mm
Sowing instructions: Cultivate to achieve a fine, firm seedbed. Ploughing will help level rough fields. Sow in good conditions (warm with rain forecast), no deeper than 10-15 mm. Roll well after sowing to ensure good soil/seed contact. Apply N, P & K as per soil test results and nitrates rules.
After sowing: Monitor for pest attack and take immediate action where necessary. Post-emergence weed spray is essential approx. 5-6 weeks after establishment, prior to first grazing. Where clover is included in the sown mixture, use a clover-safe spray.
Grazing: Graze the new reseeds frequently and at low covers (<1,200 kg DM/ha) to assist in tillering and help create a dense sward.
Uses: Dairy – Y; cattle – Y; sheep – Y; silage – Y