COUNTRY GRASSLAND 2465 ORGANIC

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This mixture is optimal for lighter and drier sites. The use of cocksfoot, festulolium and red fescue results in a robust mixture for cutting and grazing. In addition, perennial ryegrass and white clover enhance the forage quality and make the forage more palatable.

  • Drought-tolerant grasses
  • Robust
  • Winterhardy

Components

21% Festulolium
Fedoro
21% Festuca rubra
Rafael
21% Dactylis glomerata
Revolin
15% Lolium perenne (intermediate)
Explosion
15% Lolium perenne (late)
Valerio
7% Trifolium repens
Liflex, Abercrest
21% Festulolium
Fedoro
21% Festuca rubra
Rafael
21% Dactylis glomerata
Revolin
15% Lolium perenne (intermediate)
Explosion
15% Lolium perenne (late)
Valerio
7% Trifolium repens
Liflex, Abercrest

Sowing pattern

New sowing
New sowing

Locations

Dry
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Normal
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Wet
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Peat Soil
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Altitude
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Dry
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Normal
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Wet
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Peat Soil
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Altitude
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Usage

Meadow
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Pasture For cutting
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Cutting
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Extensive usage
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+++ = highly suitable | ++ = suitable | + = conditionally suitable | - = not given

Meadow
+ +
Pasture For cutting
+ + +
Cutting
+ +
Extensive usage
+ +

+++ = highly suitable | ++ = suitable | + = conditionally suitable | - = not given

Fodder values

Energy density
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Digestibility
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Protein
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+++ = highly suitable | ++ = suitable | + = conditionally suitable | - = not given

Energy density
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Digestibility
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Protein
+ +

+++ = highly suitable | ++ = suitable | + = conditionally suitable | - = not given

Cultivation notes

New sowing 35 - 40 kg/ha
Sowing time from March to September
Usage per year 3 - 5
New sowing 35 - 40 kg/ha
Sowing time from March to September
Usage per year 3 - 5

All organic mixtures are produced with 100 % organic content, if possible, in accordance with the EU Organic Farming Regulation 2018/848. For mixtures with at least 70% organic content, the farmer must obtain approval from his inspection body for the use of the conventional content before sowing, starting with production in January 2022. We aim to use at least 2 varieties per ripening group for mix proportions of more than 20 % of one species and for German ryegrass. The choice of varieties may vary depending on production. If individual species or varieties are not available, they are replaced by equivalent ones. The seed strengths are calculated for an optimal seedbed; in case of poor external conditions - such as insufficient seedbed, late sowing date, insufficient nutrient supply and unfavourable weather - the seed strengths should be adjusted upwards.

All specified informations, recommendations and representations mentioned here are made to the best of our knowledge and belief, but without guarantee of completeness or accuracy. We cannot guarantee that the properties described are repeatable. All information is provided as an aid to decision-making. Deutsche Saatveredelung AG excludes adhesion for damage or claims for damages, resulting of the use for the variety specified in this description. Mixture compositions may change if individual varieties are not available. As of 12/2021. Subject to change without notice.