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      Redstart

      If you’re looking for a flexible, cost-effective forage crop, hybrid brassicas are a new interspecies of kale and rape, ideal for high energy grazing of cattle and sheep.

      Redstart hybrid brassica seed grows quickly and vigorously, offering grazing options from July to around the end of January depending on sowing date.

      Main uses

      • Summer, autumn and winter grazing
      • High energy grazing for cattle and sheep
      • Ideal for out-wintering systems

      Hybrid brassica benefits

      • Suitable for cattle and sheep
      • High energy and protein
      • Fast and vigorous growth offering multiple grazing opportunities
      • Good late season yields
      • Good cold weather and frost tolerance

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      Sowing rate 5.00-7.50 kg/ha (2.00-3.00 kg/acre)
      Sowing time May to late June
      Sowing depth 15 mm (1/2 inch) or broadcast
      Sowing instructions Drill into a fine tilth

      Moist and warm soil conditions

      Roll before and after drilling for good soil-to-seed contact

       

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