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Cotswold Seeds
Specialist grass, legume, forage seed merchant supplying over 15,000 UK farmers. Contact us for bespoke advice and tailor made mixes.
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Cotswold Seeds Sep 10
Cattle enjoying a bale of silage, part of our ongoing trials looking at diverse mixtures (smells great!)
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 16
High value veg production combined with soil improving cover crops and providing flowering species for pollinators and beneficial insects.
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 12
This 2-4 years humus building ley is repairing damaged soils, building fertility and adding organic matter. Prg, Cocksfoot, Red Clover & Chicory- Tillage Radish has been added to build deep roots quickly in year one, while the strong Chicory roots develop into year 2 onwards...
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 15
Replying to @Johnfinn310
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 15
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 15
The 4 year old 8 acre planting of native trees, shrubs and hedges, undersown with our wildflower mix has grown very well with few losses.
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 15
Young Hallam can turn his hand to any job at . As is all too common for young farmers, land prices keep them from buying farms of their own. We hope that Honeydale might be able to offer him further opportunities when the centre is running.
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 12
This 2-4 years humus building ley is repairing damaged soils, building fertility and adding organic matter. Prg, Cocksfoot, Red Clover & Chicory- Tillage Radish has been added to build deep roots quickly in year one, while the strong Chicory roots develop into year 2 onwards...
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 11
Next spring we will be trialling intercropping courgette plants with a low growing species to create weed competition and more importantly reduce rainsplash and making cleaning the veg easier - similar principle to the Kale intercrop photo
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NIAB InnovationFarm Oct 12
Our complex ley was planted 1st September & is coming up well (pic last week) this research will consider short term sheep grazing in arable rotation - looking for improvements see for species list
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 12
Fantastic weather for our late season inspection of 's apiary, but at this time of year we were there simply to assess how much honey has been produced and remove any complete super frames.We also encountered a locked room mystery! Read on...
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 11
Next spring we will be trialling intercropping courgette plants with a low growing species to create weed competition and more importantly reduce rainsplash and making cleaning the veg easier - similar principle to the Kale intercrop photo
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 11
Walking EFA cover crop mixes in Evesham yesterday, sown 7th August, despite the dry weather August planting makes a huge difference to cover crops, Cover crops aimed at protecting ground that's prone to slumping over winter.
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Hazell Agri Services Aug 8
Conventionally baled wheat straw for sale. Can be delivered to oxfordshire areas. Priced at £2.50 a bale, can be negotiable for a large delivery of 500+ bales at a time. Please contact Will Hazell on 07960034171
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Samuel Clarke Aug 26
Lamb finishing paddocks recovering quickly now and the 14mm today will help even more
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Kevin Fortey Oct 10
Jamie making a start on the sunflower patch ready to sow the Hairy Vetch and Rye Grass from
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James Foley Sep 24
Complex 12species grass /clover /plantain mixture on left. 18species herbal ley on right. Both direct drilled with Moore unidrill during very dry conditions. Flying now.
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Kevin Fortey Oct 3
Digging over the marrow patch ready to broadcast the green manures. ...
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James Foley Oct 9
Its standard herbal ley mix .
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Cotswold Seeds Oct 2
Despite the dry conditions, Millet has generally survived well this summer, providing food for farmland birds 🐦. R/HS Fennel planted this spring as a gamecover component and will be left in for two years to see how strongly it regrows in year 2.
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