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Hello everyone, just wondering if any one has had any luck growing lupins in central Alberta. I am wanting to grow more crops that don't need so much fert, being as how the price of N is 980 a tone.
 

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Hello everyone, just wondering if any one has had any luck growing lupins in central Alberta. I am wanting to grow more crops that don't need so much fert, being as how the price of N is 980 a tone.
Not sure if this'll be record for the longest time between post and reply, but 11 years ago you were looking into Lupins. Did you ever try them? I am looking into them now, I think they'd be a fit for the N fixing (even though N is much cheaper than it was in 2008), also thinking they'd be a fit for a post-harvest cover crop if they had a couple months maybe they could fix some N.
 

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Not sure if this'll be record for the longest time between post and reply, but 11 years ago you were looking into Lupins. Did you ever try them? I am looking into them now, I think they'd be a fit for the N fixing (even though N is much cheaper than it was in 2008), also thinking they'd be a fit for a post-harvest cover crop if they had a couple months maybe they could fix some N.
 

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My email address is wide open on the internet (in other places) but I rarely get any spam at all. The filters are so good on services like outlook that I don't think it even matters, except for privacy reason.

Interesting that the price of N in the original post 10 years ago is virtually the same as what I just paid today for N, if you look at actual pounds of N.
 
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