Perennial mixture suitable for cultivation with the most versatile use. It functions perfectly as meadow grass in dry and slightly sandy areas. It is characterized by a very good taste and high frost resistance. The offered varieties of meadow grasses are ideal for medium intensive use of meadows and pastures. They can be used, inter alia, as fodder in the form of hay or green fodder and as a component of silage. In this form, the varieties of meadow grasses have a positive effect on the health of the livestock.


A mixture that works well as part of perennial cultivation. The numerous varieties it contains are distinguished by their versatile use. They can be used, among others, as meadow grass in dry areas, but not only. They also work well as a juicy fodder in the form of green fodder and hay. This properly composed mixture of meadow grasses is also used in the production of silage. Their advantage is that they can be enriched with nitrogenous substances, which will positively affect all groups of ruminants. Properly composed varieties of meadow grasses ensure strong growth and appropriate properties. This will certainly be appreciated by many farmers. The mixture produces high-quality meadow grass for dry lands for medium intensity use on pastures and meadows. The seeds are characterized by high resistance and endurance in winter seasons. Meadow grass affects the fertility of crops, making it ideal for dry areas. This is related to the amount of grains used. Grass for dry areas is therefore a resistant species. Its versatility allows it to be sown even on difficult ground.


The use of seeds of species with high frost resistance and working well in sandy locations makes it universal. The mixture is perfect as meadow grass for dry areas, maintaining a high growth potential. It is characterized by palatability, regrowth index and nutrient content at a very good level. Meadow grass varieties owe these properties to ingredients such as ryegrass, timothy, fescue and red clover. The mixture of meadow grasses allows to enrich hay and green fodder with nutrients contained in these plants. These provide animals with, among others numerous micronutrients and improve digestive processes.


Perennial ryegrass (2N) – 15%

Perennial ryegrass (4N) – 15%

Italian ryegrass – 10%

Timothy meadow – 5%

Cocksfoot – 10%

Meadow fescue – 5%

Reed fescue – 10%

Meadow grass – 10%

Red clover – 15%

Festulolium – 5%

Recommended sowing rate:

35-40 kg/ha