Yield potential of reduced-branching lupins (Lupinus angustifolius) on sandy soils in a short season environment
J Hamblin, R Delane, A Bishop and J Gladstones
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
37(6) 611 - 620
Experiments that compare the yield potential of reduced branching narrow-leafed lupins with that of the conventional branched types show that on sandy soils of low water-holding capacity in a short season environment, reduced-branching lupins have a higher yield potential than current cultivars. The yield potential of these new types appears to be maintained over a wide range of environmental yield levels. L. angustifolius was higher yielding than L. albus or L. cosentinii genotypes of similar maturity.
Full text doi:10.1071/AR9860611
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