Sward Master - for growers in Scotland
Sward Master is a long term intensive grazing mixture which has the capability of producing a cut of silage if required.
It’s made up of mainly diploid perennial ryegrass, which will create a dense sward for persistency under intensive grazing.
The intermediate perennial ryegrass content will produce early spring growth for an early bite whilst the late PRG will produce lush leafy grass for a lot longer into the growing season and will help to extend the grazing season. With the correct management, Sward Master will last eight-nine years.
Timothy is not included and 94% of the mix is made up of PRG, meaning quality grazing is maintained throughout the grazing season. A white clover grazing blend is used to withstand intensive grazing and will also increase the palatability and protein levels of the sward, whilst also having the ability to fix nitrogen.
- 10% Strangford Intermediate Diploid PRG
- 14% AberZeus Intermediate Diploid PRG
- 12% Caledon Intermediate Tetraploid PRG
- 19% Bowie Late Diploid PRG
- 19% AberAvon Late Diploid PRG
- 20% AberGain Late Tetraploid PRG
- 6% Grazing White clover blend
✔ 40% Rivendel Small leaf white clover
✔ 20% Buddy Medium leaf white clover
✔ 10% Iona Medium leaf white clover
✔ 30% Merwi Medium leaf white clover
- Packed in 20kg bags
- Suggested sowing rate 13-16kg/acre
- No Clover Version Available
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