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Organic Seeds

We’re proud to be the leading supplier in the UK of organic cereal and pulse seed and not only have an extensive range of winter and spring cereals and pulses, our collection includes grass, roots, forage, arable silage and small seeds.

Our team is expert in organic combinable crops and we have strong relationships with world-class UK and European plant breeders. This means we can supply established varieties but also bring new pioneering varieties to the market place, on semi-exclusive and sometimes exclusive arrangements.

We have fully certified organic land in Lincolnshire, where we conduct comprehensive field trials, guaranteeing competitive and organically suited varieties which have been extensively tested for a minimum of two years. We believe it’s important to grow our seed crops as close to the seed plants as possible and our industry-leading portfolio is supported by unrivalled passion and expertise.

Organic Barley

Spring Barley

Laureate

Laureate spring barley is another quality malting type suitable for both brewing and distilling, bred by Syngenta. In fact, it is the highest yielding variety suitable for both markets. For many years the organic maltsters have been content with Westminster and Propino, but they now appear ready to try this new variety.

Laureate spring barley has high untreated yields of 94% (compared to Propino at 84%), has a sound agronomic package with good resistance scores to all the major diseases. It is a day later to mature when compared to RGT Planet or Concerto and is one of the shorter varieties. Therefore, thought must be given to placing this variety on your cleaner fields.

Seed will be short for Spring 2019, so advise early ordering.

For further information please call: 00441529 421081

Sienna

Sienna Spring Barley is starting to prove a popular choice amongst organic growers, which can be attributed to several key reasons. Firstly it is one of the tallest varieties available from the Recommended List, especially since the removal of the popular variety Westminster. As well as being tall it tillers particularly well and is one of the best for smothering.

Secondly, its disease package is good across all areas and gives the 2nd highest score when combining all disease resistant scores together.

Sienna spring barleys next key attribute is its grain quality, giving the highest grain quality available of any recommended variety.

For further information please call: 00441529 421081

WESTMINSTER

WESTMINSTER spring barley is a long-standing favourite in the organic sector with long, stiff straw. It has excellent all-round disease resistance combined with very high specific weight.

Accepted by some end users as a malting barley. However, the combination of relatively long straw and good disease resistance characteristics mean WESTMINSTER is an excellent choice as a feed barley also.

Malting Buy Backs are available on Westminster. If you are interested please get in touch.

For further information please call: 00441529 421081

Evelina Spring Barley

Bred by Austrian plant breeder Saatzucht Edelhof, Evelina spring barley is another exclusive to Cope Seeds. Edelhoff are a plant breeder who breed both for the conventional and organic markets, which is very unusual, but of benefit to the organic farmer.  Evelina boasts outstanding disease resistance, tall straw with high yields of grain and straw, perfect for the organic farmer with livestock.

Evelina was trialled in Independent Private Trials and whilst achieving competitive yields, it was the earliest variety to mature and achieved the best specific weight of any variety in the trial.

For further information please call: 00441529 421081

Winter Barley

KWS Astaire

A six row feed barley with exceptional untreated yield potential. New to this year’s Recommended List, KWS Estaire is a variety which offers plenty of straw but with excellent standing ability. KWS Astaire also offers the best combined score for disease resistance, offering some peace of mind to the organic grower.

Organic Beans

Spring Beans

LG Cartouche

LG Cartouche is available organically from Spring 2019. Due to its particularly high levels of protein, we are offering this variety on buy back only, with the beans destined to go into one of the largest organic feed users in the UK.

If you wish to be involved in this project please call or email Gemma. For further information please call: 00441529 421081

Vertigo

Vertigo spring bean was added to the PGRO Recommended List 2013 and offers a 2% yield advantage over Fuego whilst also offering a slight improvement in quality. The only slight difference in favour of Fuego is its score for standing. For further information please click here or call: 00441529 421081

Fanfare

Offering yields 4% above Fuego, Fanfare spring bean is a consistent variety that offers good quality, albeit slightly below that of Fuego. Fanfare has an excellent agronomics package offering a similar standing score when compared to Vertigo. For further information please call 00441529 421081

Winter Beans

Tundra

Added to the PGRO Recommended List in 2014, Tundra offers yields 8% higher than Wizard according to the lastest PGRO list. Tundra winter bean is an early ripening variety with straw length and standing power similar to Wizard. Having a pale hilum colour, this makes it highly suited for export. Tundra has a coloured flower and is a high tannin type bean. All varieties offered strictly subject to availability. Please call 00441529 421081 or email for prices.

Bumble

Added to the PGRO Recommended List in 2016, Bumble offers yields 6% above Wizard and excellent grain quality according to the latest PGRO list. All varieties offered strictly subject to availability. Please call 00441529 421081 or email for prices.

Organic Triticale

Spring Triticale

Somtri

Somtri Spring triticale, has long straw but excellent resistance to lodging. Because of its enormous root development, Somtri may tap nutrients and water also from deeper soil layers, making it a very tolerant variety to stressful situations.

Somtri triticale has low susceptibility to fusarium and ergot giving a production of healthy and unpolluted fodder. Somtri triticale produces high grain yields, higher than current leading varieties such as Logo, Nilex and Legalo. In TAG Trials, Somtri outperformed Nilex by +23%.

Somtri will only be available as conventional untreated seed in spring 2019, so derogations will be required to use this variety, should there be no organic alternatives.

Winter Triticale

Securo

SECURO Winter Triticale took 15% of the German market in its first year and after being entered straight into UK HGCA Official Trials in 2013, it went into 2nd year Official Trials in 2014 as the top yielding variety and made it into final RL trials in 2015. Securo is the 2nd tallest variety with good resistance to lodging. It’s high yields are complemented by a good specific weight and the highest protein percentage score on the AHDB descriptive list. The combination of straw potential and high protein content, make Securo triticale the perfect choice for the livestock farmer.

Please click here for further information.

Organic Wheat

Spring Wheat

Alicia

Alicia is a milling variety with yields and disease resistance similar to Mulika. It has an exceptionally high specific weight, protein potential and good hagbergs. Early to mature.

Paragon

First listed in 1999, Paragon has been a good servant to both conventional and organic growers. Like hereward in the Winter Wheat sector, Paragon is recognised as the bread making quality benchmark by which all other spring wheats are judged.
Paragon has good all round disease resistance and good straw characteristics.

Mulika

A consistent and reliable milling variety which delivers good proteins, hagbergs and specific weights. Very similar to Paragons milling capabilities. According to this year’s Recommended List, Mulika offers good resistance to Yellow Rust and Brown Rust. Mulika is also Orange Blossom Midge resistance.

Winter Wheat

Cougar

Cougar winter wheat has now been removed from the Recommended List as it does not have a place in the conventional market. However, it is still a variety to consider when being grown in the organic sector. It has an extremely high untreated yield, which is down to its high resistance to disease (it held the highest score on the recommended list for Septoria before it was removed), but it can be susceptible to eyespot. Cougar is a soft wheat and therefore offers more end user opportunity than a standard feed wheat.

With less than 200 hectares in the ground for seed production, it’s market share will be low at less than 1% as most of the acreage is for organic use.

Orange Blossom Midge resistant.

Ehogold

Ehogold winter wheat is an organically bred variety from Austria, which is capable of achieving the best milling quality available. This variety is around 20% lower yielding when compared to UK conventionally bred material but the grain quality achieved with this variety is superb. Ehogold is extremely tall and has the appearance of a heritage type of wheat. It is extremely early to mature. Milling contracts are available which offer a premium over other milling varieties.

Seed is limited for Autumn 2019 and advice speaking to Gemma should you be interested in the buy back contract.

Elicit

Since the demise of Claire, we have struggled to find a Group 3 variety that suits the Organic grower. Elicit has a good untreated yield and is average in height with excellent resistance to lodging and a good all round disease package making it a welcome addition to our portfolio.

Graham

Graham winter wheat, bred by Syngenta has proven popular both organically and conventionally for its disease resistance, especially to Septoria. It is a medium height variety with good resistance to lodging and early maturity. Graham winter wheat performs well as a 1st wheat and on heavy soils.

KWS Sisken

A group 2 variety, KWS Sisken should be viewed as a high yielding feed wheat within the organic sector with excellent disease resistance. KWS Sisken scores a 9 for both yellow and brown rust as well as a 6.8 for Septoria. It is a medium height variety best suited to the first wheat position and does well on heavy and light soils.

KWS Zyatt

KWS Zyatt winter wheat is an exciting, new group 1 variety with high untreated yields making it a true dual variety, suited to the milling and feed market.

KWS Zyatt performs well in the second wheat slot and performs well in all regions of the UK, on all types of soil. However it does prefer heavier land. It is a short, stiff variety which is early to mature.

KWS Zyatt performed well in our own organic trials and came 2nd behind Dunston in terms of yield, mirroring that of the Recommended List untreated trials.

Nelson

Nelson is a dual purpose variety suitable for bread making as well as a feed variety. It is a German E-Quality Milling variety (the best rating available) which combined with superb grain quality and extremely high specific weights means that millers are readily accepting the variety.

Tall, Winter hardy and with a stiff straw Nelson is a low input variety which is highly suited to Organic farming.

Click here for Nelson untreated trials results 2016.

Revelation

Revelation is the most widely grown variety in the organic sector due to its consistency and reliability of performance since its first listing in 2013. It is a tall variety with good resistance to lodging and has an excellent disease profile, especially mildew, yellow rust, brown rust and eyespot as well as fusarium. Its growth characteristics make it highly suited to early sowings. Late to mature.

Organic Oats

Spring Oats

Delfin

Delfin spring oat is an exciting newcomer to the AHDB Recommended Spring Oat List, offering the highest untreated yield potential, with yields 1% above Yukon, 4% above Canyon and 9% above WPB Elyann. The grain quality of Delfin is good and should be of interest to the oat millers.

Agronomically Delfin is a medium maturing variety, offering plenty of straw being the tallest variety on the list but with excellent standing (8). It is the only variety to score a 9 for Mildew and its Crown Rust resistance is the same as Canyon, Aspen and Firth.

Yukon

This is the second year Yukon Spring Oats have been commercially available and are the second highest yielding variety in untreated situations of any commercially available spring oat from the AHDB Recommended List.

Yukon spring oat has the grain quality needed by the oat millers, offering premium earning potential.

Agronomically it is tall with stiff straw and offers earlier maturity compared to Firth & Canyon.

Yukon has excellent resistance to Mildew (8) and its resistance to Crown Rust is better than most on the list.

Aspen

Aspen spring oat offers an untreated yield advantage of 4% over Firth. The specific weight of Aspen spring oat is excellent as is its kernel content. It is the shortest variety of spring oats and offers moderate resistance to Mildew and Crown Rust.

Please click here for further information.

Canyon

Canyon spring oat offers a competitive untreated yield with excellent all round grain quality, making it one of the millers favourites. Its mildew resistance is exceptional (8) m but is slightly behind Yukon for Crown Rust control.

Patrick

Patrick spring naked oat is an interesting newcomer to the sector of ‘Naked Oats’. The grain of naked oats threshes free from the husk. Although naked oat varieties produce less yield than the conventional husked types, the naked grain has considerable nutritional benefits. They produce higher oil and nutrient content. To avoid quality loss (eg: Rancidity), naked oats must be dried immediately after harvest to at least 14% moisture content. For longer term storage a moisture level of 12% is required.

Patrick Naked Oat, in the Czech Republic are extremely competitive and have a growth habit that would suit organic farming. Naked

Oats are highly sought after by the pig, poultry and horse feed industry. Seed will be available for Spring, but orders must be placed early to avoid disappointment as supply is limited.

Winter Oats

Eagle

A new Austrian variety that in recent trials was seen to have not only high yields but also to have the highest specific weight of all the winter oat varieties on the AHDB list. This combined with early maturity and excellent grain quality means Eagle is a serious alternative to the market leaders such as Mascani.

Mascani

Still the No.1 UK variety with 63% of the market, Mascani is early to mature and has excellent disease resistance, particularly to crown rust. Mascani offers high bushel weights, with low screenings and the excellent grain quality should continue to ensure its popularity with the millers.

Mixtures

Arable Silage Mixtures 2019

Arable Silage Mixtures

Arable Silage mixtures can provide valuable amounts of high protein forage for livestock farmers as well as leaving residual nitrogen for following crops. The crop, once ensiled can provide excellent winter feed rations for dairy, beef and sheep.

Arable Silage can produce excellent yields from a short growing period of approximately 13 –16 weeks with the silage combining high intake potential that can be used as part of a mixed forage diet. The pea content of these mixtures can also help increase the protein content.

Arable silage mixtures can be under sown with a new grass ley to further maximise land use. Arable Silage Mixtures are sown late March to Mid April with a seeding rate of 75 – 85 kilos per acre if sown on their own or 50-60 kilos per acre if undersown with a grass crop. The resultant crop can be baled or clamped and should produce around 12-15 tonnes fresh weight per acre with a typical analysis of:

Dry matter 30- 40%
ME 9- 11MJ/kg
Crude Protein 9- 11%

Cope Seeds offer 3 standard mixtures which normally available for immediate dispatch:-

Mixture CSO1 (70% Organic)

60% Spring Barley
40% Spring Peas
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100%

Our most popular Organic Arable Silage mixture, CSO1 produces a good balance of yield, starch and protein together with the ability to be undersown with a grass mixture.

Suggested sowing rate – 75 kilos per acre (185 kilos per hectare) if sown alone or 50 kilos per acre (125 kilos per hectare) if undersown with a grass mixture

Mixture CSO2 (70% Organic)

40% Spring Barley
60% Spring Peas
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100%

This mixture will be slightly lower yielding than CSO1 but with a higher protein content.
Suggested sowing rate 80-85 kilos per acre (200 – 210 kilos per hectare) if sown alone or 60-65 kilos per acre (150-160 kilos per hectare) if undersown.

Both the above mixtures are available with Spring Oats instead of Spring Barley

Mixture CSO3 (70% Organic)

40% Spring Barley
30% Spring Oats
30% Spring Peas
——
100%

A traditional Arable Silage mixture, including Oats as well as Barley and Peas. Oats can do better than Barley in less favourable conditions or areas of higher rainfall.

Suggested sowing rate – 75 kilos per acre (185 kilos per hectare) if sown alone or 50 kilos per acre (125 kilos per hectare) if undersown with a grass mixture.

Special Mixtures

Although we have the above mixtures readily available, we are more than happy to quote for any special arable silage mixture that you would like to plant. Mixtures CSO1 and CSO2 for instance can also be mixed to order using oats rather than barley if required. Vetches are also available for inclusion if required. Non-Organic mixtures are also available on request.

Please contact Simon on 01529 421081 or simon@copeseeds.co.uk for price and availability

Organic Grass Mixtures Spring 2019

Organic Vetch Express (70% Organic)

6.0 kg ORGANIC TEANNA, Tetraploid Italian Ryegrass
3.0 kg SHAKIRA, Diploid Italian Ryegrass
2.0 kg HERMIONE, Broad Red Clover
1.0 kg CONTEA, Crimson Clover
8.0 kg ORGANIC MARIANNA Vetch
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20.0 kilos per acre

A 1 year mixture designed to produce large amounts of forage in a relatively short space of time. Although formulated to provide one big cut, there will be some regrowth from this mixture for a second smaller cut or aftermath grazing and with the high legume content (vetch, crimson and red clover) this mixture will also act as an excellent soil improver, releasing large amounts of nitrogen into the soil when ploughed in.

Organic 1-2 Year Ley (70% Organic)

3.1 kg ORGANIC STAR, Diploid Italian Ryegrass
0.9 kg SHAKIRA, Diploid Italian Ryegrass
6.0 kg ORGANIC TEANNA, Tetraploid Italian Ryegrass
1.5 kg HARMIONE, Broad Red Clover
1.5 kg SUEZ, Red Clover
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13.0 kilos per acre

A grass mixture formulated to provide large cuts of protein rich hay or silage. It can also be grazed if required and is ideal for lamb fattening. When ploughed up, the Red Clover will leave good quantities of residual nitrogen in the soil for the following crop.

Organic Soil Improver/Fertility Builder (70% Organic)

3.5 kg ORGANIC DIWAN, Tetraploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
0.5 kg ASTON BONUS, Tetraploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
3.5 kg ORGANIC POLIM, Tetraploid Late Perennial Ryegrass
2.0 kg HERMIONE, Broad Red Clover
0.5 kg BARBLANCA, Large Leafed White Clover
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10.0 kilos per acre

A 1-2 year mixture formulated to add fertility and structure to the soil. Quick to grow, this mixture should also act as a natural weed suppressant. Ideally, this mixture should be topped regularly during the growing period of the ley and when ploughed in will release large amounts of nitrogen into the soil to be utilized by the following crop.

Organic 3-4 Year White Clover Ley (70% Organic)

3.5 kg ORGANIC ASTON CRUSADER, Tetraploid Hybrid Ryegrass
2.5 kg GLENSTAL, Tetraploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
3.5 kg ORGANIC SOLOMON, Diploid Int. Perennial Ryegrass
2.5 kg ORGANIC TODDINGTON, Diploid Late Perennial Ryegrass
0.5 kg BARBLANCA, Large Leafed White Clover
0.5 kg IONA, Medium Leafed White Clover
0.5 kg RIVENDEL, Medium Small Leafed White Clover
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13.5 kilos per acre

Ideal both for cutting and grazing, this mixture will produce a clover rich sward, full of protein and trace elements. The white clover will fix good quantities of atmospheric nitrogen which it will release into the soil for the grass to utilise. This ley will be more persistent than the shorter term mixtures.

Organic 3-4 Year Ley – Red Clover Ley (70% Organic)

2.5 kg ORGANIC TEANNA, Tetraploid Italian Ryegrass
4.0 kg ORGANIC ASTON CRUSADER, Tetraploid Hybrid Ryegrass
2.6 kg ORGANIC SOLOMON, Diploid Int. Perennial Ryegrass
0.9 kg NIFTY, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
1.5 kg HERMIONE, Broad Red Clover
1.5 kg SUEZ, Broad Red Clover
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13.0 kilos per acre

A 3-4 year mixture formulated mainly for cutting although it can be aftermath grazed if required. This will provide high yields of protein rich hay or silage. Red Clover is relatively easy to establish and is higher yielding than white clover. Care should be taken when grazing high Red Clover swards as the high oestrogen levels in Red Clover can affect the fertility of ewes if grazed by them.

Organic 5-7 Year Ley (70% Organic)

2.0 kg ORGANIC SOLOMON, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
1.5 kg ORGANIC PREMIUM, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
2.5 kg GLENSTAL, Tetraploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
4.0 kg ORGANIC ROMARK, Diploid Late Perennial Ryegrass
2.0 kg ORGANIC POLIM, Tetraploid Late Perennial Ryegrass
0.4 kg BARBLANCA, Large Leafed White Clover
0.6 kg IONA, Medium Leafed White Clover
0.5 kg RIVENDEL, Medium Small Leafed White Clover
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13.5 kilos per acre

A flexible 5-7 year ley that can, not only be cut for hay or silage, but equally will provide high quality grazing for cattle or sheep. The good proportion of White Clover will both fix atmospheric nitrogen to supply the companion grass but will also add protein and trace elements to the animal’s diet.

Organic Permanent Pasture (70% Organic)

0.5 kg NIFTY, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
3.0 kg ORGANIC SOLOMON, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
2.0 kg ORGANIC PREMIUM, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
3.0 kg ORGANIC PASTOUR, Diploid Late Perennial Ryegrass
2.5 kg ORGANIC POLIM, Tetraploid Late Perennial Ryegrass
1.5 kg PROMESSE, Timothy
1.0 kg SENU PAJBJERG, Meadow Fescue
0.3 kg BARBLANCA, Large Leafed White Clover
0.6 kg BUDDY, Medium Leafed White Clover
0.6 kg RIVENDEL, Medium Small Leafed White Clover
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15.0 kilos per acre

A permanent pasture mixture, using a selection of grass varieties with a good spread of heading dates. This should provide excellent, season long grazing. The mixture can also be cut for hay or silage if required. The Timothy is included to add to the palatability of the sward whilst Meadow Fescue is not only winter hardy but is more productive than Perennial Ryegrass in mid summer. A balanced selection of clover varieties are included to add extra protein to the sward whilst also providing a good source of nitrogen.

Organic Cockle Park (70% Organic)

2.50 kg ORGANIC PREMIUM, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
2.75 kg ORGANIC SOLOMON, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
3.00 kg ORGANIC TODDINGTON, Diploid Late Perennial Ryegrass
2.25 kg ORGANIC POLIM, Diploid Late Perennial Ryegrass
0.75 kg PROMESSE, Timothy
1.00 kg SENU PAJBJERG, Meadow Fescue
1.25 kg SPARTA, Cocksfoot
0.35 kg BARBLANCA, Large Leafed White Clover
0.55 kg BUDDY, Medium Leafed White Clover
0.60 kg RIVENDEL, Small Leafed White Clover
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15.0 kilos per acre

Formulated for upland use or in areas of lower fertility, the Cockle Park mixture not only contains a good selection of Perennial Ryegrass varieties but also quantities of Timothy, Meadow Fescue and Cocksfoot which have shown to be better suited to less than ideal conditions or soil types and tend to have a lower nutrient requirement. With the high rate of white clover, once established, a ready source of nitrogen is provided for the companion grasses.

Herbal Ley (70% Organic)

1.25 kg ORGANIC ASTON, Crusader, Tetraploid Hybrid Ryegrass
4.00 kg ORGANIC PREMIUM, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
1.15 kg SPARTA, Cocksfoot
1.00 kg ORGANIC LAURA, Meadow Fescue
1.75 kg ORGANIC DOLINA, Timothy
0.70 kg ORGANIC Rozetta, Red Clover
0.35 kg BARBLANCA, Large Leafed White Clover
0.40 kg ORGANIC RIVENDEL, Small Leafed White Clover
0.45 kg AURORA, Alsike Clover
0.25 kg Birdsfoot Trefoil
0.65 kg Yellow Sweet Clover
0.30 kg SWORD, Chicory
0.15 kg TONIC, Ribwort Plantain
0.30 kg Burnet
0.20 kg Sheeps Parsley
0.10 kg Yarrow
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13.00 kilos per acre

A diverse mixture of grasses, clovers and herbs, formulated to produce a sward ideal for grazing or cutting. This will not only provide quality forage but also with the deep rooting herbs help to improve soil structure and draw up essential vitamins and minerals for ruminant animals

Organic Overseeder (70% Organic)

2.5 kg ORGANIC TEANNA, Tetraploid Italian Ryegrass
2.3 kg ORGANIC ASTON CRUSADER, Tetraploid Hybrid Ryegrass
2.9 kg ORGANIC SOLOMON, Diploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
2.3 kg ASTON BONUS, Tetraploid Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass
1.0 kg BARBLANCA, Large Leafed White Clover
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11.0 kilos per acre

Ideal for overseeding either damaged pastures or ones that are showing signs of wear, this mixture can be direct drilled into the existing sward or can be broadcast. If broadcast, ideally the sward should have just been cut or grazed. A passing of a chain harrow will open up the sward and then after broadcasting the seed, a roller (preferably a ring roller) should be used which not only presses the seed into the soil but also re-firms up the surface creating a better environment for the seed to germinate into.

Special Mixtures

We are only too happy to quote for any mixture of your own formulation, please telephone Simon on 01529 421081 or email simon@copeseeds.co.uk for price and availability. Non-organic mixtures are also available from Cope Seeds.

Substitutions

Although Cope Seeds stock an extensive range of grass seed varieties, there may from time to time be a situation where the variety listed in this brochure is not available. Cope Seeds reserve the right to substitute any unavailable variety with a suitable alternative.

Buffer Strip Mixture (70% Organic)

25% ORGANIC Meadow Fescue
20% ORGANIC Cocksfoot
25% ORGANIC Timothy
30% Red Fescue
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100%

Suggested sowing rate 20 kilos per hectare – packed in 20 kilo packs

Buffer Strip Mixture – No Cocksfoot (70% Organic)

35% ORGANIC Meadow Fescue
35% ORGANIC Timothy
15% Red Fescue
15% Hard Fescue
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100%

Suggested sowing rate 20 kilos per hectare – Packed in 20 kilo packs

Organic Nectar Flower Mixture (70% Organic)

32.5% ORGANIC Early English Vetch
27.5% ORGANIC Lucerne (Pre-inoculated)
18.0% Sainfoin
10.0% ORGANIC Red Clover
6.0% Birdsfoot Trefoil
6.0% Alsike Clover
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100%

Suggested sowing rate 10-15 kilos per hectare – packed in 10 kilo packs

Organic 1 Year Wild Bird Cover (70% Organic)

70.0% ORGANIC Spring Wheat/Barley
20.0% Spring Triticale
5.0% White Millet
2.0% Red Millet
2.0% White Mustard
1.0% Fodder Radish
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100%

Suggested sowing rate 40 kilos per hectare – packed in 20 kilo packs

Organic 1-2 Year Wild Bird Cover (70% Organic)

70.0% Organic Spring Wheat/Barley
10.0% Spring Triticale
7.0% Kale
4.0% Fodder Radish
4.0% White Millet
3.0% Quinoa
2.0% Red Millet
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100%

Suggested sowing rate 40 kilos per hectare – packed in 20 kilo packs