Resistant / Moderately Resistant (R/MR) to Ascochyta Blight
Moderately susceptible (MS) to Phytophthora root rot
Very high yielding acro...
Softer seeded than other Woolly Pod Vetches
Reduces problems of volunteer Vetch plants
Suitable for grazing, hay and green manuring
Farah is a direct Arabic translation for Fiesta and is a replacement for this popular variety.
2% higher yielding than Fiesta in South Austra...
Early flowering faba bean with a buff-coloured seed
Fiesta consistently produces greater yields than Fiord
Agronomically similar to Fior...
Higher yielding in low to medium rainfall zones
Early to mid flowering and early maturing
Similar plant type to Kaspa
High yielding, medium/tall, early flowering variety
Resistant to "Black Pod Syndrome" (BPS) which is a problem in cool, hgher-rainfall areas...
High yield potential
Mid-flowering for ealy sowing flexibility
Greater harvest height than Merrit.
Superior resistance to Phomopsis...
A large sized Kabuli type chickpea, subject to rainfall at podset.
Mod ascochyta blight resistance, more susceptible than Genesis 090.
White flowered "blue peas" (green Seeded) suitable for human consumption or livestock feed
Early maturity, semi-leaflesserect plant type
Improved resistance to ascochyta, chocolate spot and rust.
Shorter than Fiesta and Farah. Has improved stem strength and is less inclined to...
A bitter free Albus Lupin released in 2005 by NSW DPI
Higher yielding than Kiev, Luxor and Ultra
Later flowering and taller than Luxor
Higher yielding in short season, low rainfall zones
Early flowering and early maturing
White flowers: white seed and yellow cotyledons
Semi-leafless with very erect growth habit to medium height
Quick or early maturity
Wonga is an early flowering, moderate yielding narrowleaf lupin
It is moderatley tall and vigorous and stands erect.
Wonga is resistan...
A kabuli chickpea with improved ascochyta blight resistance.
Yield greater than current large seeded kabuli chickpea varieties.
HBS Trial Results Field Day 2020
Spring Field Day 2019