Rye/Vetch: Fertility Builder

Primarily a fertility builder, due to the excellent nutrient scavenging ability from the rye complemented with the nitrogen nodulation of the vetch. This mix will establish rapidly during the autumn ensuring, good ground cover during the winter

  • EFA compliant
  • Winter hardy
  • Mix Contains: 60% Rye 40% Vetch
  • Suggested Sowing Rate: 20 kg/acre
     

Black Oat/Vetch: Fertility Builder

Primarily a fertility builder, due to the excellent nutrient scavenging ability from the black oat complemented with the nitrogen nodulation of the vetch. This mix demonstrates phenomenal early vigour during the autumn thus suppressing problem weeds during the winter

  • EFA compliant
  • Winter hardy
  • Mix Contains: 60% Black Oat 40% Vetch
  • Suggested Sowing Rate: 15 kg/acre
     

Tillage Radish: Compaction Buster

This compaction busting combination of tap roots break up deep compaction within the soil profile, increasing water filtration and aeration during the winter months 

  • Winter hardy
  • Mix Contains: 50% Tillage Radish 50% Fodder Radish
  • An excellent mix for utilising nutrients
  • Sowing Rate: 5 kg/acre 
          
                                

Black Oat/Mustard OM Improver

The perfect soil conditioning combination will produce a vast amount of biomass in a short period of time, suitable for incorporating in spring. This mix will improve organic matter percentage, as well as, soil structure due to the diverse range of rooting systems

  • EFA compliant
  • Winter hardy                    
                               

Forage Rye: Catch Crop Post Maize

An excellent catch crop post maize due to its winter hardiness and early vigour, reducing soil erosion and nutrient leeching on prone maize stubble soils. This product has a varied utilisation potential

  • Tolerates a range of conditions over winter
  • Sowing rate: 25 - 50 kg/acre
       

                         

Oil Radish

A very good nutrient scavenger from deep within the soil profile due to its penetrating tap root. With its vertical and lateral rooting, oil radish enhances soil structure, as well as, enriching soil humus

  • Some varieties are nematode resistant
  • Excellent speed of growth
  • Sowing Rate: 5kg/acre   

     

Tillage Radish

This soil conditioner produces a long aggressive tap root, excellent for breaking up compaction deep within the soil profile, improving drainage & air movement whilst reducing waterlogging

  • Captures and stores nutrients from deep within the soil profile
  • Club root tolerant
  • A rapid growth habit during the autumn
  • Sowing Rate: 5kg/acre
     

Mustard

A relativity inexpensive and highly versatile cover crop, either sown alone or in a mix

  • Rapid establishment during the autumn
  • Excellent biomass yield in a short period of time
  • White mustard has poor frost tolerance
  • Brown mustard is winter hardy
  • Sowing Rate: 5 kg/acre