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Great Lupine Field Day at ZALF

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Lupine field day at ZALF

On Tuesday, 11th June, more than 90 participants came to the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) in Müncheberg for the Lupine Field Day to find out more about the yield potential of lupine and soy varieties and innovative cropping systems.

The field day gave a very good insight into ZALF's legume research. In his speech, the Scientific Director Prof. Ewert emphasised the important role of legumes. In the afternoon, lupin fields were also visited on nearby farms. "The field day was better attended than ever before and there was a lot of positive feedback", Dr. Moritz Reckling was pleased to report. The event was organised by ZALF together with the lupine promoting association "Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Lupine" (GFL). In addition to many farmers from the region and from the Brandenburg Farmers Network accompanied by ZALF, participants came from the Lupine Network, experts from consulting, trade and science, as well as international partners from Finland, Serbia, Romania, Austria and Switzerland from the EU project 'Legumes Translated'.


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