Aber HSG 3 Long-Term Grazing is your best choice when looking for a high-performance grazing ley. It contains a mixture of diploid high sugar grasses with the highest ratings for grazing quality and yield.
The best grass seed for grazing
The biggest-selling mixture in the Aber HSG range, containing five varieties, it comes with options tailored to specific farm requirements. You can also choose to include clover, chicory and plantain.
With good grazing management, an Aber HSG 3 grass and clover sward can perform for seven to ten years.
Aber HSG 3 Long Term Grazing benefits
- High digestibility to drive dry matter intakes
- Suitable for all grazing stock (NB. unsuitable for horses)
- Long-term sward with options for a variety of farm requirements
- Outstanding grazing yield and grazing D-value
- Lower ammonia and methane excretion reduce environmental impact
- 100% diploid Aber HSG mixture producing a dense sward with high stock-carrying capability
- Persists for up to 10 years
- Available with clover, chicory and plaintain
|3.00||AberZeus||Perennial ryegrass||27 May|
|2.00||AberMagic||Perennial ryegrass||28 May|
|3.00||AberGreen||Perennial ryegrass||30 May|
|3.00||AberThames||Perennial ryegrass||08 Jun|
|3.00||AberBann||Perennial ryegrass||07 Jun|
|1.00||AberPasture||White clover blend|
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Heading date average for Aber HSG 3 Long-Term Grazing is 01 June for central Britain.
|Sowing rate||35 kg/ha (15 kg/acre)|
|Sowing time||March/April or August/September|
|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 clovers or herbs are included, sow no later than mid-September|