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Abstract Ten varieties of Camelina sativa were tested in 2 regions in Canada. The seed yield per acre was greater than that of flax or rape and the oil content ranged from 34.3 to 42%. The contents of various fatty acids, protein and fibre in the seeds are given. The crop matured 3-4 weeks earlier than flax, a great advantage in northern areas. [For part I on Crambe abyssinica see H.A., 32: 3615].

Authors: Plessers, A. G.; et al.,

Journal: Canadian Journal of Plant Science

Year: 1962

Volume: 42

Page: 452-9

UID: CABI:19630301533

Genus Species Data Points
Camelina ? 11
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