Branching type with low content of bitter substances
High protein yield for feed use
Also usable for human nutrition due to lower alkaloid content
Tolerance against anthracnose
With CELINA, the cultivation of white lupins is possible, as it is tolerant of anthracnose
Better yield potential, higher protein content with better space stability than blue lupins
Deep-rooted taproot and therefore very insensitive to summer drought
Very good threshing ability due to homogenous grain/straw ripening and high core build-up
GMO-free native protein plant with better climate adaptation than soya
Distribution in: DE • Breeder: LLA Triesdorf
60 grains/m² for row distances of 12-25 cm
Date for Sowing
Mid of March - mid of April
High-quality protein feed for cattle feeding
All soils except waterlogging
Greater yield security through tolerance to anthracnosis, the most important lupin disease, which can lead to a complete loss of yield.
Limitation in tillering
4 (medium to early)
Affection to lodging
8 (high to very high)
1 (very low)
DSV is certified at EU level to sell organic products (DE-ÖKO-039)
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