Hancock's Horse Pasture Grass Seed Mix - Warm Climate Mix - Our warm climate horse pasture grass seed mixture is designed for extreme drought resistance, close grazing tolerance, and wide regional adaptability. Many horse pasture owners face the seemingly never ending battle of maintaining a productive horse pasture in the warm climate zones.
Our warm climate horse pasture seed mixture provides wide range of warm season perennial grass varieties that have shown extreme survivability. There are many skeptics who believe that a horse pasture should only have one grass variety to allow for proper management practices. Our horse pasture seed mixture will provide equestrian owners with the most durable horse pasture available for the southern climates. We feel that the most important aspect of a pasture is not always how perfect it look as much as how perfect it performs during extremely dry conditions, extremely wet conditions and how it recovers from frost damage. Our warm climate horse pasture seed mixture is designed to provide a low maintenance pasture that will survive most any weather conditions. This mixture does need fertilizer and proper rotational grazing to maintain.
25% Common Bermuda
25% Pensacola Bahiagrass (coated seed)
25% Argentine Bahiagrass (coated seed)
25% Rye Grass or Browntop Millet
This mixture should be planted at 100 lbs. per acre along with 300 lbs. of 16-04-08 fertilizer applied Spring, Summer Fall. Over seed with ryegrass at 30-40 lbs. per acre in October - November for winter grazing.
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Our Horse pasture seed mixture is also used in pastures for alpacas, goats, donkeys and cattle. This mixture should be planted in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, south Carolina, Mississippi and Arkansas.