Special grass mixture for meadow pasture and hay Valda
- Model: GSF0093
In the rich catalog of our online catalog for grass mixtures semenata.org, Valda is also available - a special grass mixture for meadows, pastures, and hay.
This grass mixture has been selected by Italian specialists, gathering in one 8 leguminous and cereal plants, rich in nutrients, highly adaptable to the environment, and with high yield.
These qualities of Valda enable farmers and breeders to use it for weeding areas all over the country, regardless of the particularities of the respective soil or climatic changes.
In addition, this product makes rich and high-quality grass, widely used for livestock grazing, as well as for the production of quality hay.
The special Valda mixture for any meadow is highly resistant to low temperatures and heat, has no demands on soils, does not fertilize heavily, and is watered little, which makes spreading and maintaining the areas sown with it easy, convenient and without investing a lot of money.
Farmers should be aware that in order to increase the amount of hay produced from these crops, they should be mowed in the early stages of budding or in the early stages of flowering when there is no rain. As soon as the mowing is finished, the hay is spread out to dry, which will protect it from fungi, molds, and other damage, the appearance of which leads to a decrease in the quality of its nutritional properties, as well as the volume of harvested hay.
If you observe all these, the cut hay will preserve the high nutritional qualities of the fresh grasses and provide complete feed for the herbivores during the winter months.
The pastures and meadows sown with the grass mixture throughout the country provide quality sustenance to thousands of cattle and small livestock every year, both as pasture and as a food supply in the form of hay. These pastures are used for the sustenance of all kinds of large and small livestock by farmers - from rabbits, goats, and sheep, to horses, cows, donkeys, and oxen.
In many of the country's livestock regions, farmers and breeders use areas grassed with the special Valda mixture for pasture and meadow, which is suitable for all cloven-hoofed and single-hooved herbivores and gives very good results. The high nutritional values, acceptance by different types of livestock, quality pasture, and hay make it preferred by many.
In addition to special pastures for animals or special areas for haymaking, Valda is also sown in other places, such as fields, meadows, lawns, farmyards, and house yards, everywhere it develops well and gives good pasture and a rich yield of quality hay.
- Cut: 1 kg
- Sowing rate: 7-8 kilograms per acre. 1 kg (for about 140 square meters), 10 kg (for about 1.4 decades).
- Wading resistance: Medium.
- Illumination of the field: In a sunny place.
- Need for watering: It is watered regularly, although it is drought-resistant at least until the grass has strengthened. It can also be grown without irrigation conditions.
- Mowing features: Mow in dry weather in the early budding phase or in the early flowering phase. During the year you can do about 4 mowings when growing without irrigation and up to 7 mowings under irrigated conditions.
- Soil conditions: No pretensions to the soil.
- Resistance to low temperatures: High. It withstands the winter in Bulgaria without any problems.
- Suitable fertilizers: This does not need fertilizers, but gives higher yields with regular fertilization with grass fertilizers.
- Sowing period: From the end of March to June and September-October.
- Sowing depth: 2 centimeters for sandy soil and 0.5-1.5 centimeters for clayey or similar.
- Soil temperature at sowing: At 15-25 degrees, but not below 5 degrees Celsius.
- Germination period: 14 days.
Pasture ryegrass (Lolium perenne 'MATHILDE') - 26%
Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum 'ELLEN') - 15%
Red clover (Trifolium pratense 'START') - 13%
Dactylis glomerata 'AMBA' - 11%
Fescue (Festuca arundinacea 'FAWN') - 11%
Meadow timothy (Phleum pratense 'CLIMAX') - 10%
Lotus (Lotus corniculatus 'LEO') - 7%
White clover (Trifolium repens 'HUIA') - 7%