Throughout recent years we have supplied a considerable volume of wild flower mixtures largely to comply with agri-environmental schemes. These mixtures establish best on less fertile sites where the companion grasses do not compete too heavily with the wild flower species. Freedom from injurious weeds is also key to success and any site being considered for these mixtures should undergo stale seedbed preparation whereby the ground is cultivated to get the weeds to germinate. The weeds are then sprayed off and only once the weeds are satisfactorily eliminated can sowing of wild flower mixtures take place.
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