Standard mixtures




The suitable mixture according to the specifications and recommendations of the Chambers for Agriculture is available for all requests resulting from the location requirements and the usage conditions. With the so-called G-mixtures, this range provides many variations in the permanent pasture sector which achieve the best result under a variety of conditions.

In addition to the recommended mixtures of the Chambers for Agriculture, this segment also contains all mixtures of the Moor range. These are also recommended with respect to the type and variation combination (red seal), but they contain exclusively varieties of the German ryegrass with moor suitability.

  • PremiumSaat G I

    • Mixture for extensive usage on fresh to moderately moist locations; particularly suitable for frost and snow mould endangered locations

    3% German ryegrass, early flowering

    4% German ryegrass, medium-late flowering

    4% German ryegrass, late flowering

    47% smooth stalk meadow grass

    17% timothy grass

    10% red fescue

    10% smooth stalk meadow grass

    6% White clover

    Seed density: 40 kg/ha

    Sowing time: Mid-March to end of September

  • PremiumSaat G II with or without clover

    • Cutting pasture mixture with or without clover with a wide suitability with respect to positions for unfavourable locations with intensive cultivation, also suitable as G II Moor and G II Sauerland

    without clover with clover 
    13%13%German ryegrass, early flowering
    20%17% German ryegrass, medium-late flowering
    20% 17% German ryegrass, late flowering
    20% 20%Smooth stalk meadow grass
    17%17%Timothy grass
    10% 10%Smooth stalk meadow grass
    6%White clover

    Seed density: 40 kg/ha

    Sowing time: Mid-March to end of September

  • PremiumSaat G III with or without clover and with clover S

    • Mixture with or without clover for better ryegrass safe locations; mixture for high usage frequency and/or intensive grazing

    without clover with clover with clover S 
    20% 20%20%German ryegrass, early flowering
    26%20%20% German ryegrass, medium flowering
    27% 27% 37% German ryegrass, late flowering
    17%17%17% Timothy grass
    10% 10% -%Smooth stalk meadow grass
    – % 6% 6%White clover

    Seed density: 40 kg/ha

    Sowing time: Mid-March to end of September

  • PremiumSaat G IV

    • Cocksfoot intense seed mixture for extremely summer-dry locations, suitable for early usage, good absorption of organic fertilisers.

    27% German ryegrass, late flowering

    17% timothy grass

    10% smooth stalk meadow grass

    40% Cocksfoot

    6% White clover

    Seed density: 40 kg/ha

    Sowing time: Mid-March to end of September

  • PremiumSaat G V with or without clover and Gv late (secondary seed mixture)

    • 100% German ryegrass for regular secondary sowing, suitable for new sowing of intensively used alternate pastures, also available as G V Moor and G V Sauerland

    with clover without clover Late 
    25%20% -%German ryegrass, early flowering
    25%20%50% German ryegrass, medium flowering
    50%50% 50%German ryegrass, late flowering
    -%10%-%White clover

    Seed density: 20 kg/ha for secondary sowing / 40 kg/ha for new sowing

    Sowing time: Mid-March to end of September

Important: to improve root robustness against a variety of weather and usage-related stress factors more than one type is to be incorporated in the mixture per type and maturity group of the main components (mixing components > 10 %).

All information in respect of the mixtures introduced above is available in the flyer ("Quality standard - mixtures for pastures").

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