Nature hates bare ground and will populate it with weeds in the blink of an eye. A good grass sward is an effective barrier to weeds but even in well managed grassland, bare patches will still appear.
Re-seeding can introduce more suitable grass species into the existing sward, whether it is a hard-wearing species, productive grasses or traditional mixtures.
For best results, this procedure should be carried out in spring and autumn.
The advantages are:
- We use a broadcast seeder and grassland harrow at the same time; two jobs done as one is cost effective and minimises compaction
- Our precision calibrated machines use exactly the right amount of seed so there is no waste and minimal cost
- Repairs damage to land caused by livestock, an unavoidable hazard
- Affordable and effective in establishing grass on bare patches or on whole fields