Lupin inoculant can be used in conjunction with a wide variety of soil types. It gets to work at the very early stages of development, by boosting the levels of nitrogen reaching the crop, which improves the structure, disease resistance and health of the plant, which in turn increases yield.
Using inoculants negates the need to fertilise the land, reducing the cost for the grower.
Our lupin inoculant has been tested in a variety of soil types (e.g. chalk, loam, peat), and is proven to work effectively. If you are sowing a batch of lupin seeds, it is essential to re-inoculate the crop, since newly established plants lack the Rhizobium needed to thrive.