Lupin (Lupinus Albus)

Sweet Lupin (Blue Lupin), a variety that achieves high yields and shows excellent stability.
Amongst the varieties without many branches, it is one of the most productive and higher in height, thus ensuring harvesting with the lowest possible losses.
Seed kilos/sq.km: 13-15 kilos.


Sweet lupin varieties have an advantage over bitter lupin, as they do not contain high alkaloids and can be consumed directly by the animals without being processed.


CHARACTERISTICS

HEIGHT Medium
DEVELOPMENT Semi-upright
LEAF Average length, medium-large width
WEIGHT OF 1000 GRANULES Medium
RIPENING SEASON Mid-early


1. ΜΑGNUS

Early variety
Low temperature resistant (Up to -10°C)
High protein content (32.5%)
Alkaloid content <0.02%
Suitable pH = 6.5 (However, it can be grown on soils of 6-7.5)
It is recommended to vaccinate with Bradyrhizobimlupine, especially in fields that have not been cultivated recently.


1. OPUS

Early variety
Variety mildly resistant to low temperatures (Up to -10°C)
High protein content (33.5%)
Alkaloid content <0.02%
Suitable pH = 6.5 (However, it can be grown on soils of 6-7.5)
It is recommended to vaccinate with Bradyrhizobimlupine, especially in fields that have not been cultivated recently.



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