Anestis Karkanis, Georgia Ntatsi, Liga Lepse, Juan A. Fernández, Ingunn M. Vågen, Boris Rewald, Ina Alsiņa, Arta Kronberga, Astrit Balliu, Margit Olle, Gernot Bodner, Laila Dubova, Eduardo Rosa and Dimitrios Savvas
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Emphasis is to the importance of using new high-yielding cultivars that are characterized by a high protein content, low antinutritional compound content, and resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses. New cultivars should combine several of these characteristics if an increased and more stable production of faba bean in specific agroecological zones is to be achieved. Considering that climate change is also gradually affecting many European regions, it is imperative to breed elite cultivars that feature a higher abiotic–biotic stress resistance and nutritional value than currently used cultivars. Improved agronomical practices for faba bean crops, such as crop establishment and plant density, fertilization and irrigation regime, weed, pest and disease management, harvesting time, and harvesting practices are also addressed, since they play a crucial role in both the production and quality of faba bean.
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