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World Soybean Research Conference 18 – 23 June 2023
PROGRAM UPDATE and EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDING SOON World Soybean Research Conference 11 (WSRC11) 18 - 23 June 2023, Vienna, Austria The updated program for the World Soybean Research Conference is now available. View the sessions and experts chairing...
XVI. International Lupin Conference
„Breeding, Cultivation and Use of Lupins for a Sustainable Agriculture – Recent Developments" 19.-23. June 2023 in Rostock, Germany The Federal Office for Agriculture and Food (BLE) and the Julius Kühn Institute - Federal Research Centre for...
Global Bean March meeting
Growing exotic legume species Discover how to grow unknown legume species 16 March 2023, 17:00 - 18:30 CET The Fabaceae family is immense. Beans have been one of the most widely used crops for millennia, and have been used in the human diet as a...
Scientia potentia est: knowledge is power. Understanding empowers. The Hub is about free access to knowledge, insights and understanding to support growing and using legumes. It is about empowering everyone interested in legume development and use with knowledge. The Legume Hub is also a community for developing and sharing knowledge in which experts from science and practice work together to support the sustainable development of our food systems. The Legume Hub provides timely, science-based information for practitioners and everybody with an interest in legumes, their propagation, processing and use. These include farmers as growers and users of legumes, processors for feed and food purposes, and all other stakeholders involved in the legume value chain. The Hub’s registered expert users and authors form the core of the European Legume Hub Community. They own and govern the Legume Hub.