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The influence of water stress on plant development, productivity and seed wholesomeness of sweet and bitter cultivars of blue lupin and white lupin



The influence of water stress on plant development, productivity and seed wholesomeness of sweet and bitter cultivars of blue lupin and white lupin



Natural Sciences ( 4): 63-73



In a pot experiment with white lupin (Lupinus albus Bac and Bardo) and blue lupin Mirela and Polonez, the influence of water stress on plant productivity and eating quality of seeds was determined. Water deficiency at flowering did not cause a significant decrease in seed yield but white lupin yielded significantly more than blue lupin. A mycological analysis of seeds proved that saprophytic fungi were more numerous than pathogenic fungi.

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