Haylage tends to be cut earlier in the season and is left to wilt for a shorter period of time in the field compared to hay.
As haylage is cut wet, we can mix both diploids and tetraploids together to maintain overall higher yields.
When reseeding the haylage mixtures below, they need to be autumn sown so the plant goes through a vernalisation period and produces a stem and a seed head the following year.
If spring sown, the plant may only produce lush leafy forage in the year of sowing.
ST HAYLAGE MASTER - SHORT TERM HAYLAGE MIXTURE
(Bulk Master Italian Catch Crop)
ONE TO TWO YEAR BULKY SILAGE LEY
Producing high yields of quality haylage, this mix will last up to two years.
- 30% Melina Diploid IRG
- 30% Alamo Diploid IRG
- 40% Melsprinter Tetraploid IRG
- 25kg bag
- Suggested seed rate 14.00kg/acre
LT HAYLAGE MASTER
LONG TERM HAYLAGE MIXTURE
Lasting six years plus, this mix will produce high yields of quality haylage with the option of quality aftermath grazing.
- 4.00kg AberZeus Intermediate Diploid PRG
- 2.00kg Nolwen Intermediate Tetraploid PRG
- 3.00kg Toddington Late Diploid PRG
- 4.00kg Cancan Late Diploid PRG
- Suggested seed rate 13.00kg/acre
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