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      The mixture contains intermediate and late heading Aber High Sugar Grass varieties that provide abundant early season growth and maintain quality  and yield throughout the season. A balance of diploid and tetraploid varieties provides the optimum combination of good ground cover, persistency, high D-value and outstanding silage yields. Aber HSG 2 Multi Cut is suited to an early May first cut, frequent following cuts, with three cuts in the clamp by mid-to-late June. Swards will be suitable for late season grazing if required.

      Key benefits in summary
      • Ideal for frequent early season cutting whilst avoiding stemmy later season growth
      • Very high ME yield/ha
      • Combines outstanding silage performance with dense and persistent sward
      • Suitable for combination with 4-5 year Aber red clovers
      • Aber High Sugar Grass content enhances silage fermentation

      Kg/acre Variety Type Heading Date
      4.00 AberZeus Perennial Ryegrass 27 May
      3.50 AberSpey Perennial Ryegrass (T) 29 May
      3.50 AberAvon Perennial Ryegrass 03 June
      4.00 AberGain Perennial Ryegrass (T) 04 June
      15.00

       

      Sowing rate 35kg/ha (15kg/acre)
      Sowing time March/April or August/September
      Sowing depth 15mm (½ 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 included, sow no later than end of August