Newly-identified disease causes concern for NSW lupin growers

Updated November 4 2016 - 11:27am, first published 11:26am
Disease: A lupin plant imapcted by fungal disease anthracnose. Photo: supplied
Disease: A lupin plant imapcted by fungal disease anthracnose. Photo: supplied

New South Wales lupin growers are being urged to be vigilant in the detection of damaging disease, anthracnose, which was this week detected in the State’s crops for the first time.

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