NURTURE: Paddock Overseeder

  • Restores tired, worn, or damaged pastures
  • Can be sown into an existing sward
  • 6kg bag offers 1x acre ground coverage
From £49.50
 

How much do I need?

Simply enter the length and width of the area, to calculate how much you need.

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Product Description

This mix comes in a convenient 6kg bag to overseed damaged areas in 1 acre of your paddock. Creeping fescue helps to repair patches whilst perennial ryegrass provides quick establishment when fast grass coverage is needed. Timothy adds palatability to the mix. This mix can be sown into an existing sward across the whole paddock or in areas that require repair.

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 1.5g 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

Is Full of living Stuff paddock overseeder best for my freshly rotavated paddock please and for application at the end of September when hopefully we get some rain, The area is for horse grazing only
Question by: Barry dobson on 2 Sept 2022, 07:43
Hi, thank you for your question. Yes, this is perfect if you are planning on overseeding an existing paddock. If you follow the recommended spreading rate, one bag will cover one acre.
Answer by: Roisin McCann on 5 Sept 2022, 11:03