Aber HSG Multi-Species Grazing
Aber HSG Multi-Species Grazing is a multi-species grass seed mix for lower input systems where improving soil health is a priority.
Ultimately, it provides a long-term multi-species sward that will be ideal for rotational and set-stocked grazing.
A mixture of Aber HSG varieties, timothy, herbs and legumes, including red and white clover, each component brings specific qualities to improve soil health, boost dry matter production and increase animal performance
Multi-species grass seed
Areas of poor soil health also benefit from the plants’ different abilities to fix and lift nitrogen, with their water uptake increasing performance in dry conditions. Aber HSG Multi-Species Grazing can produce dense herbal leys that resist poaching.
Aber HSG Multi Species Grazing benefits
- Superior sward performance through complementary plant species
- Improved soil structure and fertility
- Increased drought tolerance
- Lower methane and ammonia excretion reducing environmental impact
- Reduced reliance on nitrogen fertilisers
- Higher nutrient levels drive improved animal performance
|3.00||AberGreen||Perennial Ryegrass||30 May|
|3.00||AberZeus||Perennial Ryegrass||27 May|
|3.00||AberClyde||Perennial Ryegrass (T)||25 May|
|1.00||AberPasture||White Clover Blend|
Multi-species seed experts
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|Sowing rate||34 kg/ha (13.75 kg/acre)|
|Sowing time||March/April or August|
|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 red clover is not included, sowing date can be extended to mid-September|