As well as being eligble under the Countryside Stewardship scheme these mixtures provide an abundance of productive grazing and a habitat & food source for invertebrates and pollinators. They also act as a soil conditioner.

Please check with the scheme provider before planting. 

Landmark Spectrum Mix (GS4)

Where there is a desire for a wider nutritional profile from herbage, it makes sense to extract these nutrients from a broader range of plants This mixture has been formulated to cater for this

  • Provides a diverse nutritional base to enhance palatability and grazing interest
  • Herbs for increased mineral uptake and balanced diet

Sowing Rate 13 to 16 kg/acre

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The mixture shown is a typical mixture but may vary according to variety species available at the time of mixing. The mixture will be compliant to the level stated

Herbal Meadow Mix (GS4)

A comprehensive spread of herbs and grasses fwith greater focus on root mass and soil conditioning whilst still offering high forage quality

          • Utilises the benifits of quality forage grasses & legumes
          • Includes chicory for increased drought tolerance
          • Herbs for enhanced mineral and trace element uptake

Sowing rate: 10 – 15kg/acre

The mixture shown is a typical mixture but may vary according to variety species available at the time of mixing. The mixture will be compliant to the level stated

Pollen and Nectar with Grass (GS4)

A broad spectrum Buffer Strip mixture that contains a number of grass and legume species which provide an excellent source of nectar for bees and other insects over an extended season.

Attractive extra colour in field margins combined with excellent drought tolerance.

Pack Size: 10kg

Sowing rate: 8kg/acre

The mixture shown is a typical mixture but may vary according to variety species available at the time of mixing. The mixture will be compliant to the level stated

Legume and Herb Rich Mix (GS4)

A comprehensive spread of herbs and grasses for good forage performancewhilst maintaining ecological benifits

          • Optimum stock health benifits from species range included
          • Omits chicory so can be used more essily for hay & silage
          • Herbs for enhanced mineral and trace element uptake

 

Sowing rate: 13 – 16kg/acre

The mixture shown is a typical mixture but may vary according to variety species available at the time of mixing. The mixture will be compliant to the level stated