Winter Camelina

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Winter camelina (Camelina sativa), which can be grown in the Midwest in conjunction with traditional summer crops like soybean and corn, is showing exciting potential as a new cash cover crop that can provide both ecosystem services and economic benefits to farmers in the Upper Midwest.

Winter camelina can be sown after harvesting crops like spring wheat or silage corn; or interseeded during summer in field corn, soybean, or sunflower.

Winter Camelina Grower Guide

Winter Camelina 2-page Summary

Winter Annual Oilseed Research Reports