Alternative oilseed crops for biodiesel feedstock on the Canadian prairies

@inproceedings{BlackshawRobert2011AlternativeOC,
  title={Alternative oilseed crops for biodiesel feedstock on the Canadian prairies},
  author={BlackshawRobert and JohnsonEric and GanYantai and MayWilliam and McAndrewDavid and BarthetVeronique and McDonaldTanya and WispinskiDan},
  year={2011}
}
Blackshaw, R. E., Johnson, E. N., Gan, Y., May, W. E., McAndrew, D. W., Barthet, V., McDonald, T. and Wispinski, D. 2011. Alternative oilseed crops for biodiesel feedstock on the Canadian prairies. Can. J. Plant Sci. 91: 889–896. Increased demand for biodiesel feedstock has encouraged greater napus canola (Brassica napus L.) production, but there may be a need for greater production of other oilseed crops for this purpose. A multi-site field study was conducted to determine the oil yield… CONTINUE READING

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