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 Cultivated Plants are honoured to welcome you as the hosts of the XVI. International Lupin Conference under the auspices of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL). The conference will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Rostock, Germany from June 19th until June 23rd 2023.
Yes, it is finally happening. After several postponements due to the global pandemic, the XVI. International Lupin Conference is finally coming to Rostock, Germany in June 2023, as it was decided by the International Lupin Association during the last ILC in 2019 in Cochabamba.
- Lupin Cultivation and Farming worldwide
- Phenotypic and Genotypic Variability in Lupin
- Lupin ‘Omics’
- Genetic Improvement
- Biotic and Abiotic Stress
- Lupin Ingredients and Biochemistry
- Feed, Food and Non-Food Uses
For the participants on site, an excursion is planned to visit field trials at the JKI location in Groß Lüsewitz and the lupin breeder location of Saatzucht Steinach in Bocksee, where a lupin processing company ProLupin and the UFOP Association will also be represented.
The conference dinner with regional food will take place on Thursday, June 22nd at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Rostock.
We hope we can welcome many of you personally and that we can continue the lupin research and production progress with the long awaited ILC in 2023.
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JKI – Institute for Breeding Research on Agricultural Crops
D-18190 Sanitz – Groß Lüsewitz