Karo lupine qualification C1

  • Narrow-leaved lupine belongs to the legume family. It is grown mainly for seeds because it has a high yielding potential. The seeds are a valuable source of protein, which they contain from 30-35%.
  • Karo lupine qualification C1
  • Karo lupine qualification C1
Product code: 7735
4,00 zł
/ kg
50 kg
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Product description

Agricultural and utility values:
It is a medium-early variety, resistant to pod cracking, with increased resistance to viral diseases and anthracnose. It is characterized by a high seed yield, resistant to lodging, and contains alkaloids.
Recommended for cultivation in the main crop for seeds and as an aftercrop.

Soil conditions:
The most suitable for cultivation are good and medium-rye soils with a neutral reaction.

Place in crop rotation:
It is best to grow seeds after cereals, but not more often than every 4 years.

Fertilization:
Apply fertilization for winter plowing in the amount of 70-90 kg / ha P2O5 and 100-120 kg / ha K2O.

In:
The optimum sowing date for a given area should be respected as soon as possible. Sowing rate 170-180 kg / ha at a distance of 15-20 cm.

Weed control:
Immediately after sowing, use herbicides for weed control as recommended by IOR.

Set:
Start harvesting seeds when the pods turn brown and the stems turn yellow, which is most common in the first decade of August. seeds should be dried after harvesting.

 

 

 

CULTIVATION OF NARROW LUPINE

Soil requirements:

Narrow-leaved lupins are grown in medium and light, slightly acidic soils. However, lupins do not like wet soils. In crop rotation, lupins are grown after cereals in the 3-4th year after manure. Lupins should be grown at 4-5 year intervals in succession.

In:

Sowing should be performed in the third decade of March in the soil plowed in autumn, and properly prepared for sowing in the spring, 3-4 cm deep, with a row spacing of 12-20 cm, with a plant density of 90-100 plants / m2 (130-170 kg / ha) . When growing lupine, after a long break, the seeds should be inoculated with Nitragina and treated with a fungicide, eg Vitavax 200FS.

Fertilization:

It is best to fertilize before winter plowing at a dose of 50-70 P2O5 kg / ha and 80-90 K2O kg / ha. The starting form of nitrogen should be 20 kg.

Lupine protection:

Weed control should be performed after sowing, e.g. with Afalon, Azotop, Topogard. In order to protect lupine against weed infestation with monocotyledons, it is recommended to use agents such as: Fusilade, Targa.

Set:

Harvesting should be done when the pods have turned brown and the stems have yellowed and very dry, and the lupins can also be desiccated. After harvesting, the seeds should be dried to a moisture content equal to or lower than 15%.

 

 

The cultivation of narrow-leaved lupine was developed according to the recommendations of Poznańska Hodowla Roślin and Hodowla Roślin Smolice.

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