The white flowering FRIEDA is a genuine protein miracle. The genetically fixed tolerance of Colletotrichum lupini is expected to once again help raise yield reliability in lupin cultivation. Our 2-year trials with different lupin varieties showed that a successful lupin cultivation can only be achieved with soil pH values below 7 (ideally below 6.5). FRIEDA is low on bitter substances and can be seen as a strong alternative to grain peas and could possibly be a future key asset in closing the protein gap. Moreover, the branching-type FRIEDA shows pronounced legume break stability and – due to its extensive taproot – can overcome dry periods during its maturation phase more easily.
Source: AGES – Institut für Nachhaltige Pflanzenproduktion
* = own evaluation based on AGES classification
1 = very low development … 9 = very high development
|Sowing strength:||45 - 60 grains / m²|
|Sowing rate:||220 - 260 kg / ha|
|Organic seeds:||untreated seeds available|