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Grass Clover/ Mixture design for Nurseries
Use grass and clover to improve quality and ease of growing
Yield Control for Quality
Grasses will keep spraying down and erosion under control. This makes a very environmentally sound practice.
Nurseries have open areas between rows that can create erosion problems. A grass cover is one of the most efficient ways to stop or limit erosion.
During long periods of the year, it is difficult or impossible to enter fields due to slippery slopes or other troubles due to heavy soils. Grass can fix the soil and allow access to the fields, with increased safety
Adding clover to the mixture will allow a cheaper and more sustainable production, and a “slow release” fertilizer for the companion grass.
The splashing of raindrops on the soil surface spreads many diseases. The presence of a grass cover will diminish the risk of dispersal of diseases.