NURTURE: Paddock

  • A premium pasture mix for grazing
  • Can be used to renovate or repair
  • 12kg bag offers 1x acre ground coverage
From £65.50
 

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Product Description

NURTURE: Paddock offers excellent persistence and is ideally suited to grazing with horses and ponies. Timothy provides exceptional palatability and red fescues are resistance to poaching. Our paddock seed has been created to offer the very best for your grazing horses and ponies. This mix can be used to renovate or repair paddocks.

Mixture Breakdown

50% Perennial Ryegrass
25% Strong Creeping Red Fescue
12.5% Timothy
12.5% Meadow Fescue

Usage Guide

The best time of year for establishing seed is March - April and from last week July, August or mid-September at latest. Before sowing ensure the paddock is prepared by pH testing the soil, draining of heavy soil if required and removing weeds and stones etc. This will give the seed the best chances of growth. If sowing a new ley a rate of 12kg of seed per acre is recommended.

For expert advice on how to renovate or overseed horse paddocks please send us an email to [email protected] so we can best assist you and tailor a seeding /maintenance programme to your needs.

Sowing Rate 1 pack per acre - approx 3g per m2

Aftercare

Follow our guide on how to manage your horse paddock. For specialist / expert advice on how to renovate or overseed horse paddocks please send us an email to [email protected] so we can best assist you and tailor a seeding /maintenance programme to your needs.

Product Questions

Product Questions

Hi I’m looking for some over seed for grazing paddock of 9 acres It was ploughed and drilled three years ago by a Cont but drilled in lines so there is two to three inches of soil still between the rows v disappointed. Rolled it etc made no difference we are on Sandy light soil main was grown fir years prior. Any help would be great. Doug.
Question by: Douglas Hall on 23 Mar 2021, 09:14
Hi Douglas

Thanks for your enquiry. Would you mind sending some pictures of the area to our email address, [email protected] and we can take a closer look and advise on what's best.

Answer by: Roisin McCann on 23 Mar 2021, 15:10
Answer by: Roisin McCann on 23 Mar 2021, 15:10

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