FORAGEGREEN

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It is possible to combine ecological priority areas (EPA) and forage production within the framework of the greening. The variety selection allows uniform crop composition and a high feed value. The ryegrasses provide high crop assurance. Since 2018, mixtures containing legumes and non-legumes can be cultivated as ‘legume’ greening measures. TerraLife® ForageGreen is suitable for this.

 

  • Guaranteed greening performance
  • Abundant biomass in spring
  • Fast ripening

Components

35% Italian ryegrass
25% Crimson clover
17.5% Hairy vetch
16% Trifolium pratense
4.5% Lolium hybridum
2% Alsike clover
35% Italian ryegrass
25% Crimson clover
17.5% Hairy vetch
16% Trifolium pratense
4.5% Lolium hybridum
2% Alsike clover

Sowing pattern

blank seed, mulch sowing, direct sowing, spreader device on tillage implement, drone
blank seed, mulch sowing, direct sowing, spreader device on tillage implement, drone

Crop rotations

Oilseed rape *, Potatoes *, Sugar beet *, Cereals, Maize
* Observe crop rotation diseases.
Oilseed rape *, Potatoes *, Sugar beet *, Cereals, Maize
* Observe crop rotation diseases.

Cultivation notes

Sowing rate 30 - 40 kg/ha
Sowing time from July to end of September
from January to April
Usage Cover crop, late sowing, very late sowing, Green fallow mixture, leguminous, winter resistant, with clover
Sowing rate 30 - 40 kg/ha
Sowing time from July to end of September
from January to April
Usage Cover crop, late sowing, very late sowing, Green fallow mixture, leguminous, winter resistant, with clover