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For more information, please contact Rob Connell, Seeds Product Manager, on
01769 576232 or 01769 576297 or email
info@molevalleyfarmers.com.

 

Quinoa Products

Winter Holding Single Crop Sowing




NEW Kingmix

 

Why choose this product?

 

The best cover & feed option using Kale & Quinoa. Proven & reliable.

 

  • Combining the winter hardiness of kale with the feed value of quinoa

  • Excellent mixture to hold birds

  • Sandoval Quinoa ensures a good mixture of early, medium and later maturing seed heads

  • Now includes purple coloured Coleor kale

  • Kale can be supplied flea beetle treated

  • Sold in 2.5 kilo units

 

Sandoval Quinoa

 

Why choose this product?

 

Reduce your feeding costs by growing blocks of this high protein seed.

 

  • Capable of shedding up to 1 tonne of seed per acre

  • Sheds high protein seed which will help reduce feed bills

  • Seeds are highly sort by pheasants, partridges and farmland birds

  • Ideal for use with companion crops such as Keeper kale or Interval Rape/Kale hybrid

  • Sold in 2 kilo units

 

Crop Height 80-150cm  

Kingmix 2000

 

Why choose this product?

 

Choose this option if you are growing kale based mixtures regularly. Contains club root resistant Caledonian Kale.

 

  • For growers with club root problems (Brassica sickness)

  • Includes Caledonian (club root resistant) kale and Sandoval Quinoa

  • A taller kale allows for easier bird access

  • Kale can be supplied flea beetle treated

 

Crop Height 100-120cm 

 

Kingmix Sowing and Growing

Seed Rate

2.5 kilos per acre
Pack size supplied 2.5 kilo one acre units

 

Sowing

Method

Drill preferred

Depth

1 inch

Row Width

18-20 inches

Timing

April - May.

 

Soil

Type preferred

Suitable for a wide range of soil types. (Min. pH 6). 

Seed bed

Use stale seedbed where possible.

 

Fertiliser

100kg N /50kg P / 120kg K per hectare into seedbed.

 

Management

Weed control

Herbicide usage not recommended. 

Pests

Kingmix can be sown in adjacent blocks to make weed control easier.

 



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