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Register of Australian herbage plant cultivars. B. Legumes. 7. Lupin. d. Lupinus albus L. var. albus (white lupin) cv. Ultra. Reg. No. B-7d-1



Register of Australian herbage plant cultivars. B. Legumes. 7. Lupin. d. Lupinus albus L. var. albus (white lupin) cv. Ultra. Reg. No. B-7d-1



Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 43(1/2): 84-86



The origin, morphological and agronomic characters of the new L. albus Ultra are described. On heavy alkaline soils at Toowoomba, Queensland, it yielded more than of (a) L. angustifolius.

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