SCIMITAR - Terrific silage production for 2 years

Discussion in 'General For Sale' started by Great In Grass, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    20% Alamo Italian Ryegrass (Diploid)
    30% Fox Italian Ryegrass (Diploid)
    30% Danergo Italian Ryegrass (Tetraploid)
    20% Itarzi (Tetraploid)
    100%

    Packed in 20kg bags

    Seed rate: 13kg - 15kg/acre

    Cost:
    40 - 700kg: £2.65/kilo
    700kg+ £2.55/kilo

    Delivered price - Mainland UK only

    Contains a blend of four top RGCL listed Italian Ryegrass varieties.
    Excellent establishment for rapid utilisation

    Prices are valid for all deliveries up to 30th June 2018.
    Prices subject to revision at any time.
    PRODUCT QUOTED IS STRICTLY SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY

    May also be found in the Farm Market Place: https://www.marketplace.farm/inputs/seed/scimitar-terrific-silage-production-for-2-years/
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  2. Headless chicken

    Location:
    West Wales
    Will do Some maths and give you a ring ;)
     
  3. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    Yeah, do that, there's plenty! :)
     
  4. powerontheland

    Location:
    Hockley Essex
    Any good for Haylage?
     
  5. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    Yes, it has very good digestibility and with it's high sugar content gives excellent fermentation.
     
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  6. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    I forgot to say, seed need not be delivered until closer to the time it's required. It will be mixed to order so 10 (work) days notice would be appreciated.

    All orders will be confirmed prior to mixing and may be cancelled at that point.(y)
     
  7. yew2

    yew2 Member

    Price's heading upwards? Still quoted at £1.75/kg at Mole Valley.
     
  8. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    Seems that way, these are the first prices I've had for 2018.

    I didn't know MVF had a similar mixture but you do find at this time of year stock carry over & also with retailers waiting on new season prices web prices not being updated.

    Organic growers are in for a shock I feel.
     

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