PREMIUM RANGE OF ANIMAL FORAGE
We believe in purity. Our company doesn’t want your farm animals to feed on anything which does not live up to the standards. We are growing Rhodes grass hay in its own katambora Rhodes grass naturally at our farms. Here are a number of benefits associated with growing Rhodes Grass Hay naturally. A few of them mentioned below:
First, in the list, the crop only needs to be cultivated as soon as its ready, depending upon the climate of the region and seeds. It serves farmers in regions such as Pakistan that grow more crops depending upon different fertilizers, machinery, land preparations on time, water distribution, and pesticides. We also deal in Rhodes grass silage.
Here at Saremco We believe in quality. Our approach toward Rhodes grass export is to serve the best.
WHEAT STRAW HAY
Finally, as there are around 8 cuts of Rhodes Grass all through the months of summer if you play your cards right. This grass should be harvested every 20 to 25 days. If farmers don’t want to abrupt profits and income for their struggles. Modern methods take care of all these things. Our farms use the imported hybrid seeds of this grass, and also uses the ultra-modern harvesting machinery as provided by Farm Dynamics in Pakistan. Here are some parts of our modern processing that includes modern technology.
RHODES GRASS HAY
Our mombasa grass in pakistan grows in time and provides cover within 3 months of sowing. We Use it as a cover crop that improves soil structure, water infiltration in the soil, water-holding capacity, and its development lowers soil temperature during summer. We produce all of our Rhodes grass hay naturally without using any harmful chemical substances. The pesticides that we use are tilt toward more natural substance than synthetic ones. Our Rhodes grass hay for horses is one of the best you will find in the market without any chemical impurities. Rhodes grass demand is increasing day by day. It has Low oxalate concentrations that make Rhodes grass a valuable pasture grass for horses.
In Pakistan, we use clippings that were used to make mulch and protect soil from erosion. It makes a valuable seedbed for different horticultural crops such as zucchini, bulb onions, and eggplant. It provides organic and Chemical-free matter and protects it from wind and sun.