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Camelina Production in the Dryland Pacific Northwest

Scot Hulbert , Stephen Guy , W. L. Pan , William Schillinger , Karen Sowers ,
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Interest in camelina production in the Pacific Northwest has been increasing due to recent federal programs, utilization of the crop as a broadleaf in a cereal-based rotation, opportunity for end uses of the meal for livestock and poultry, and the oil as biodiesel and jet fuel. Current research information is presented along with production details including seeding dates and methods, fertilizer recommendations, weed and pest control, and harvest strategies.

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 5
Publication Date: 2012-06-01

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