Blue lupine Bolero
Special features of blue lupine Bolero
- Very high (the highest!) yield potential, up to 39.4 dt/ha.
- Stable and high yielding over the years.
- Coarse seeds with very good uniformity, with the highest TSW among all sweet varieties of blue lupin.
- One of the sweetest varieties with low alkaloid content.
- A traditional, branching cultivar.
- Multipurpose type, medium height plants, with mid flowering and maturation date.
- Blue flowers, gray seeds.
- High nutritional value due to good seed quality parameters.
- High resistance to lodging after flowering.
- Very low proportion of green plants before harvest – easier harvesting!
- Very high uniformity of ripening and increased resistance to pod shattering.
- High resistance to anthracnose at the pod formation and maturation stages.
- A cultivar recommended for nationwide cultivation.
The most important agriicultural properties
Type of cultivar
Resistance to lodging after flowering
Crude fat content
Crude fiber content
Uniformity of ripening
Seed density (pcs per sq.m)
Disease resistance according to Coboru:
Fusarium wilt of lupins
7,1 very high
Anthracnose – pod formation stage
Anthracnose – pod ripening stage