Game land




Game land and flowering strips have a high ecological value. With their multi-species vegetation they not only provide an attractive space for local game, but also for many other animals.

In times where cultivated landscape is becoming more and more poor in species, game lands are a valuable measure to provide food for game throughout the entire year.

Field area can be annual to perennial; the installation of a field section should be alternating with conventional agricultural cultures and extensively spread over the district. It is particularly important to establish permanent areas of retreat which exist as breeding and reproduction areas over many years. This is the only place where wild animals can find piece and protection to rear and care for their young.

Sowed by the beginning of August, the field mixtures are also excellently suited as catch crop.

  • LJ Sand

    Mixture with particular suitability for sand locations and flowering strips.

    • 45 % oats
    • 20 % buckwheat
    • 10 % sunflower
    • 10 % marrow-stem kale
    • 5 % mustard
    • 5 % fodder rape
    • 3 % borage
    • 2 % fodder radish

    Seed density: 10 kg/ha

    Sowing time: from mid May

  • LJ aisle

    Mixture with particular suitability for aisles (embankments, field aisles)

    • 70 % Serradella
    • 30 % Persian clover

    Seed density: 8 kg/ha

    Sowing time: from mid May

  • LJ Flowering stip

    Mixture for all flowering strips and rape fruit sequels

    • 45 % oats
    • 30 % buckwheat
    • 10 % sunflower
    • 4 % hollyhock
    • 3 % borage
    • 3 % Alexandrine clover
    • 3 % marigold
    • 2 % phacelia

    Seed density: 10 kg/ha

    Sowing time: from mid May

  • LJ RüSa

    Mixture for "retreat and border areas" for wild animals and diversity of species in the agricultural environment

    • 20 % buckwheat
    • 20 % oats
    • 8 % phacelia
    • 7 % sunflower
    • 6 % hollyhock
    • 5 % urkorn
    • 5 % sweet clover, yellow-flowered
    • 4.5 % sweet clover, white-flowered
    • 4 % borage
    • 3 % marrow-stem kale
    • 3 % guizotia abyssinica
    • 3 % marigold
    • 3 % red clover
    • 2 % winter fodder rape
    • 2 % winter turnip
    • 1.5% reed canary grass
    • 1.5 % cocksfoot
    • 1 % autumn beet (turnip)
    • 0.5 % marguerite

    Seed density: 15 kg/ha

    Sowing time: from mid May

  • LJ Multi EU

    Versatile annual mixture with wide suitability for different locations.
    The LJ Multi EU is suitable for use as seed on ecological priority areas within the scope of greening.

    • 20 % buckwheat
    • 12 % Alexandrine clover
    • 10 % serradella
    • 10 % fenugreek
    • 10 % sunflower
    • 10 % phacelia
    • 6 % hollyhock
    • 4 % flax
    • 3 % mustard
    • 3 % borage
    • 3 % Fodder rape
    • 3 % fodder radish
    • 3 % marigold
    • 2 % marrow-stem kale
    • 1 % winter turnip

    Seed density:10 kg/ha

  • AGRAVIS apiarist mixture EU

    Annual mixture of particular value for insects collecting nectar

    The AGRAVIS apiarist mixture is suitable for use as catch crop seed on ecological priority areas within the scope of greening. Sowing should take place with increased seed density and by mid August.

    • 30 % Alexandrine clover
    • 20 % sunflower
    • 15 % phacelia
    • 15 % Persian clover
    • 15 % buckwheat escul.
    • 5 % fodder radish

    Seed density:10 kg/ha

  • PremiumSaat game land universal - perennial -

    perennial grazing and cover for all locations and game types

    Sowing from end of April if late frost is no longer expected

    Content composition changes throughout the years depending on deep root damage and location

    • 25 % urkorn
    • 25 % buckwheat
    • 10 % winter rape
    • 5 % fodder radish
    • 5 % winter turnip
    • 7 % sweet lupine
    • 5 % Serradella
    • 0.5 % autumn beet
    • 5 % hybrid clover
    • 5 % Persian clover
    • 5 % crimson clover
    • 25 % sweet clover

    Seed density: 40 kg/ha

    Sowing time: April to September

  • PremiumSaat game land – annual – (Vechtaraner mixture)

    annual, economic seed mixture for summer grazing of all game varieties

    this mixture is recommended by various district hunters

    • 17 % buckwheat
    • 17 % peas
    • 16 % Lupines, low in bitter compounds
    • 5.8 % crimson clover
    • 2.9 % summer vetches
    • 12 % sunflower
    • 10 % oats
    • 5.8 % turnip
    • 3.5 % phacelia
    • 17 % yellow mustard
    • 1.5 % fodder radish
    • 4 % linseed
    • 2.8 % cultured hollyhock

    Seed density: 20 kg/ha

    Sowing time: from April

Here you can obtain the current flyer of the Landesjägerschaft Niedersachsen (State hunters association of Lower Saxony) and AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG regarding game land and flowering strip mixtures.

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