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Blue (narrow-leaved) lupin (sweet)

Lupinus angustifolius


Blue narrow-leaved sweet lupins are cultivated as a main crop for the production of high-quality and protein-rich animal and human foodstuff. The cultivar has experienced a revival in recent years as part of the trend towards healthy, plant-based nutrition. It is expected that cultivation will continue to become more prevalent. As a legume, blue lupin fixes atmospheric nitrogen and converts it into a form that can be used by plants. As a drought-tolerant species, it can also be cultivated in lighter and nutrient-poor soils. When cultivating on areas where no lupins have been cultivated for around 10 years, the use of our rhizobia inoculant RhizoFix® RF-40, especially formulated for lupins, is recommended.


Bundle: 25 kg

Category: Grasses and legumes

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  • Sowing and fertilising instructions
    Sowing rate:

    60–80 seeds/m² when grown for seed production

    Distance between rows:

    as cereals

    Sowing period:

    as main crop until April, as catch crop until August


    base fertiliser (P/K)

    Sowing depth:

    4–6 cm