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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: Biology and Biological Control of Root Diseases of Wheat, Barley and Biofuel Brassicas

Location: Root Disease and Biological Control Research

Title: Camelina Production in the Dryland Pacific Northwest

Authors
item Hulbert, S -
item Guy, S -
item Pan, W -
item Paulitz, Timothy
item Schillinger, W -
item Sowers, K -
item Wysocki, D -

Submitted to: Extension Publications
Publication Type: Experiment Station
Publication Acceptance Date: March 12, 2012
Publication Date: June 1, 2012
Citation: Hulbert, S., Guy, S., Pan, W., Paulitz, T.C., Schillinger, W., Sowers, K., Wysocki, D. 2012. Camelina Production in the Dryland Pacific Northwest. WSU Extension Publications. FS073E.

Interpretive Summary: Camelina is a potential biofuel and oilseed crop well adapted for dryland areas of the Pacific Northwest. This extension publication for growers covers potential uses, planting dates and methods, weed control, diseases and insect control, harvest, and fertilization.

Technical Abstract: Camelina is a potential biofuel and oilseed crop well adapted for dryland areas of the Pacific Northwest. This extension publication for growers covers potential uses, planting dates and methods, weed control, diseases and insect control, harvest, and fertilization.

Last Modified: 12/17/2014
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