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Summary: Linseed dodder origins were examined at two locations, two seeding dates and two N levels for productive capacity and seed quality. The fatty acid pattern of the oil was nearly the same in all varieties.  The amino acid composition of the protein and the mineral contents of the seeds indicate no influence by the test parameters. Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/lipi.19860880702/abstract

Summary: Two field experiments were conducted (2008 to 2010) in Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada, to determine the effect of N fertilizer application on camelina plant establishment, seed and straw yield, total N uptake in seed and straw, seed oil and protein concentration, N fertilizer use efficiency and percent recovery of applied N (%NR) in seed. Camelina responded to fairly high ...
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Summary: Influence of joint applications of nitrogen and sulphur on Camelina was studied. Increasing levels of nitrogen reduced the oil content of seeds but increased the protein content. Increased levels of sulphur only slightly stimulated the oil content. A negative correlation was discovered between the oil and protein content in the seeds. Increasing N levels significantly increased the total oil ...
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Summary: Camelina holds unique agronomic traits which could substantially reduce and possibly eliminate requirements for tillage and annual weed control. Its compatibility with reduced tillage systems, cover crops, its low seeding rate and competitiveness with weeds could enable Camelina not only to have the lowest input cost of any oilseed, but also be compatible with the goals of reducing energy ...
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Summary: Current cropping systems in the USA may not be capable of producing adequate amounts of biofuel feedstock at competitive prices to petroleum. This Montana-based study (2007-2010) compared crop productivity, water balance, and key weed and arthropod pests of 2-yr oilseed-durum rotations under zero tillage. Rotations included durum with three Brassicaceae including camelina. Study found oilseed-durum rotations can be used ...
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Summary: We report for the first time that application of optimized PBZ doses can be a potential strategy to achieve higher seed and oil yield from Camelina, which holds great promise as a biofuel crop. A field-based micro-trial setup was established in a randomized block design and the study was performed twice within a span of five months (October 2010 ...
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Summary: Calendula (Calendula officinalis L.) and Camelina (Camelina sativa L.) can provide a domestic, renewable, non-food alternative to imported oil sources for bioenergy and industrial purposes. However, limited information exists concerning N fertilizer guidelines for these emerging oilseed crops. Therefore, a replicated greenhouse study was conducted to assess the growth and yield response of calendula and camelina to N fertility. ...
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Summary: A two year variety trial in 2011 and 2012 to evaluate the performance of 15 Camelina varieties in two distinct geographical regions in the Western USA. Six of the varieties were in the highest yielding group in all environments, including irrigated environments. Five of the varieties have been identified as containing favorable alleles for yield and drought tolerance. Camelina ...
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Summary: Study measured the crop water use of a November-through-April Camelina crop in Arizona using frequent measurements of soil water contents. The crop was grown under surface irrigation using five treatment levels of soil water depletion. Varying total irrigation water amounts to treatments did not significantly affect yield, whereas total crop evapotranspiration was increased for the most frequently irrigated treatment. ...
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Summary: Studies of Camelina’s water use, irrigation management, and agronomic characteristics were conducted (2008 and 2010) in an arid environment at Maricopa, Arizona, to evaluate the effectiveness of previously developed heat unit and remote sensing basal crop coefficient (Kcb) methods for predicting camelina crop evapotranspiration (ET) and irrigation scheduling. Link: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/usdaarsfacpub/1259/