All varieties loved by game and will attract insects and bug life as well as providing food and cover as early as 6 weeks after sowing.
Contains. Triticale, Linseed, Gold of Pleasure, Mustard, Phacelia, Crimson Clover, Red Poppies and Cornflower.
These varieties give a prolonged flowering period ensuring good color and insect life for the whole summer.
This crop is an absolute haven for brood rearing pheasants and partridge if established early or autumn sown. It is an ideal place to release pheasant poults because of the cover and food supply available in July. If established well it will provide food and cover until January and will remain standing up to Christmas.
Sowing Rate 23kgs ( 1 bag ) per .40 Ha (1 acre).
Best results from drilling with a corn drill.
Can be broadcast but must be covered.
Requires very little fertilizer and no spray.
For best results sow in April in good dry conditions.
Can be sown up to the end of June for fast cover and attracting insects but the triticale will not ripen with late sowing.
Sow in October for brood rearing in spring but be aware that not all varieties may survive a hard winter.
See Sowing and Maintenance Guidelines for ground preparation etc.
€91.00 for the first bag delivered with discounts of €5.00 on the second and subsequent bags.
NARGC subsidy of up to 60% should be available to all affiliated clubs.
Nationwide delivery service.