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If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.having said that i have seen good results in an organic system.its one of those techniques where results do vary from season to season.We got on well thanks, the weather wasn't great at the time so we held off until it dried a bit, it was the end of may before it was drilled.We phoned sam moore to ask if there was in any contractors in our area with a drill, he ended up coming to look at and show others the fields which was helpful.lots of lovely new shoots of italian ryegrass in the slits. we did a reseed on a long term ley been down 10 years or more spray off and direct drill with unidrill only 60% grass came found this on the moore unidrill website pellets; depend on active %, typically 4-5kg/ha. And I suppose if it needs drilled two ways the contractor will want double the money? But if I had a choice between two contractors to drill land, where both drills produce the same outcome and one was was twice the price of the other, then it may influence my decision....
The landowner reckons that it could be 25 years since its last reseed. Both of these drills should bury the seed and get good seed-soil contact so could the slugs eat the seed? Would you put the slug pellets down the spout or spun on a few days after drilling? Have used the Aitchison and a Duncan drill recently 2012 drilling into 2nd and 3rd cut grass stubble.
Drill spacing is fine Didn't do well where there was too much of a thatch of old withered grass, Field was left very hard and didn't absorb water(which it got plenty off!!!
) Next time i will definately subsoil after sowing and go very light with the glyphosphate if at all, or maybe 1 wk after sowing.
That's what i intend to do after 2nd cut silage After reading Bob C's post from Moore website, is it as difficult/risky overseeding with a set of grassharrows and seeder box instead of 'planting' the seed with one of these machines??
Interested to know as i have alot of upland ground needing freshened up, most with some thatching.