Iceland’s Deserts Are Turning Purple – here’s why


In this video, we are putting the Icelandic Lupin debate under the microscope to try and find out the good and the bad about this invasive species.

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1 Response to Iceland’s Deserts Are Turning Purple – here’s why

  1. I think keeping an eye on it and controlling it, would be a good idea. In Germany they already use lupine protein for fake meat for vegetarians. It tastes better and many people have problems with soya (digestive system). So they could use the seeds in that way on Iceland, which would automatically check the spreading.

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