Incidence of seed-borne fungi on Lupinus mutabilis depending on a plant morphotype, sowing date and plant density

@article{Pszczkowska2012IncidenceOS,
  title={Incidence of seed-borne fungi on Lupinus mutabilis depending on a plant morphotype, sowing date and plant density},
  author={Agnieszka Pszcz{\'o}łkowska and Adam Okorski and Andrzej Kotecki and M Eugenia Gas and Tomasz Kulik and Alicja Reczek},
  journal={Journal of Elementology},
  year={2012},
  volume={21}
}
Seeds of the Andean lupine are characterised by high nutritional value, and the plant could become an important crop in the production of food and forage. This legume continues to attract growing interest around the world. A field experiment was carried out in in Lower Silesia, Poland, in 2011-2012. Two Andean lupine morphotypes (indeterminate and determinate) were analysed. Andean lupine was grown in treatments characterised by different sowing dates and plant density per m2. Seed yield… 

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