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lupin

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Lupins are seen as cottage garden favourites, as English as rambling roses and honeysuckle around the doors of thatched cottages.
The three lupins chosen will be delivered as strong, hardy young plants with growing instructions.
Buying Gavis would give it access to 66 generic drugs for which the New Jersey firm has sought approval, representing a potential market value of $ 9 billion, Lupin said.
ere is clear evidence that lupins could help as a replacement for soya with no compromise to performance.
Lupin beans are often substitutes for fava or soya beans.
Lupins can suffer from a fungal disease that causes dieback and leaf browning and when this gets a hold, it's hard to control.
Researchers and partners at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (Ibers) at Aberystwyth have identified that the smaller narrow-leafed (blue) and yellow lupins could prove to be an effective soya replacement in animal feeds.
The second project is to develop the use of lupin as a "health medicine" rather than just a food supplement.
Lupins blend well into schemes featuring other cottage garden favourites including delphiniums and nepeta, or in mixed borders where the taller varieties can be put at the back and the shorter ones such as Gallery Series used as fillers.
Lupins are also really easy to grow from seed, so save yourself some money next year by sowing seeds under glass in spring.
This year our Lupins have bested themselves with their beauty,