Lots of interest in Scots lupins

Swallow, Andrew; Abel, Charles
August 2002
Farmers Weekly;8/30/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 9, p52
Trade Publication
Reports on the interest of farmers on lupins which is believe to be the crop to crack the long-term lack of a reliable, viable, home-grown protein crop in Scotland. Statement from Elaine Booth of SAC; Information on the blue lupin planted by grower Alex McColl in his farm.


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