Determination of Yield and Some Quality Components of False Flax [Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz] Genotypes Sown on Different Dates in Autumn - Mehmet Akbas, Mustafa Onder - Manas Journal of Agriculture Veterinary and Life Sciences - January 2019

by Shopify API on January 21, 2019
Summary: Camelina seeds were grown during the fall 2015 season on Konya ecological conditions by using 4 different sowing dates and 2 different genotypes (population characterized "Russia" originated genotype; certified variety "Suneson" originated from USA) with the aim of determining efficiency and some agronomical features.Statistically significant differences were obtained for blooming period, vegetation period, height of the plant, number of capsules, height of the first capsule, weight of thousand seeds, oil ratio and resistance to winter for the differences amongst sowing dates. The study showed that the Russian genotype with 5.45 g/plant yield and 34.92% oil ratio which was sown on 20th of October is outstanding and therefore it is recommended, also Suneson genotype that was sown on 30th of September determined as promising as well.