Lupin collection is represented by 217 accessions, of which are included the following species: 5 landraces of L. albus, 42 landraces and 56 wild of L. angustifolius, 5 wild L. gredensis, 16 landraces and 22 wild of L. hispanicus, 35 landraces and 36 wild of L. luteus. The resource provides a broad base  for  future  lupin  improvement  and  is  an  essential  tool  for  Spanish  lupin  breeders  in  their  quest  for  higher  yield,  greater  disease  resistance  and  better adaptation to the farming systems.

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