- That the lupins would be a pest has escaped my attention.
- I think they are beautiful and have enjoyed them along boring motorways.
- I have acquired a few of the raspberry-coloured for my garden.
- Here is spreading the (unfortunately) does not, I have had to buy new every few years.
How to write Danish Birthe S. in a Facebook-comment for the warning,
Norwegian institute for nature research sent out the other day with the headline 'Alien species with difficult high risk'.
Lupin outperform the original species on the slopes and in the forest.
In recent years, also on the islands in the rivers, where it goes out over the vulnerable plants.
- the Nature gets with the passage of time changed the earth for the benefit of kvælstofkrævende plants and thus the vegetation to change, writes the institute, who have made a graphic that shows how quickly the lupinen has spread.
And looking at the foundation's Facebook profile, also can you confirm that they in Denmark p.t. very popular lupine is a bit of a pain:
Community - 15. jun. 2020 - pm. 14:23 Forget rape: Lupins are the new
- I think I see big changes just in the course of a year.
- Here where I live, they have spread from the roadsides, where they ought to be simple to turn down, and out in the meadow, where the fight will be much more demanding, writing Sverre B., and Anne M. miss, to the public - which, according to NRK uses eight million a year on bl.a lupin-extinction - doing more:
- There are huge amounts of it along the roads, but I see very little concrete action from the municipalities, the regions, the state's road services department, etc. to combat it, writes Anne.
Gretel V. is also one of those that will have the authorities to do more to save local plants, but she has this great 'do-it-yourself advice' to people who can't get rid of them:
- I have two in a row broken my lupiners stems and burnt them.
- They are gone now, writes Gretel, who has got 10 likes, but what are you thinking?