3-4 Year Duration

Sabre - Top performing silage mix

A blend of Italian and Hybrid Ryegrasses with Festulolium for a top performing silage ley

  • FOX for highest yield in year of sowing
  • TETRAGRAZE and BAHAIL for yield, quality and persistence
  • PERSEUS festulolium for improved leaf retention and stress survival whilst still offering high yield and quality.
  • Excellent Spring growth for either grazing or exceptional first cut yield
  • Formula improves drought tolerance and sward density so excellent for adverse sites
  • Good all round disease resistance

Yield potential 20 tDM/ha in the first year

Sowing Rate 13 to 15 kg/acre
Pack Size 20kg

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Broadsword - 4 Year dual purpose mix

A blend of Hybrid and Perennial Ryegrasses with Festulolium for outstanding performance lasting up to 4 years

  • Hybrids combine Italian yield and sugar content with Perennial persistence and quality
  • Very high ā€˜Dā€™ value and palatability
  • Very vigorous establishment for later sowing
  • Impressive disease resistance
  • Excellent hardiness and drought tolerance
  • Excellent silage yields combined with good sward density for grazing

Yield potential 18 tDM/ha in the first year

Sowing Rate 13 to 15 kg/acre
Pack Size 20kg
 
 
Broadsword HiPro - With added clover

A blend of Hybrid and Perennial Ryegrasses with Festulolium and both Red and White Clover for outstanding performance

  • Erect disease resistant and vigorous grasses to compete with Clover
  • Very adaptable and denser than Sabre to enhance grazing performance
  • High sugar levels to aid silage fermentation and palatability
  • Enhanced protein levels and drought resistance for adverse sites
  • Trials show a yield advantage of up to 2 tonnes of DM/ha in the second harvest year compared to no Clover version

Red Clover mixtures for higher protein and reduced nitrogen input. The advantages of Red Clover are not always realised but in summary, offer three times the yield of a large leaved White Clover. This yield comes at a cost however, as the species is not as persistent as White Clover and is therefore best used in 2-4 year leys. A long, penetrating tap root allows Red Clover to withstand drought and be suited to lighter soils.

Sowing Rate 13 to 14 kg/acre
Pack Size 20kg