Land Suitability Assessment for Camelina (Camelina sativa L.) Development in Chile

@inproceedings{RomnFigueroa2017LandSA,
  title={Land Suitability Assessment for Camelina (Camelina sativa L.) Development in Chile},
  author={Celi{\'a}n Rom{\'a}n-Figueroa and Rodrigo Padilla and Juan Manuel Florez Uribe and Manuel Rapado Paneque},
  year={2017}
}
Camelina (Camelina sativa L.) is an oilseed with potential for use as a raw material in second-generation biofuels. Camelina has a seed yield of up to 2380 kg ha-1 and contains around 45% fatty acids. Selection of a suitable site is critical for production optimization. The objective of this study was to determine Chilean agro-climatic suitability for establishing camelina as a productive alternative. Climate and soil requirements and geographical restraints were evaluated for the species… CONTINUE READING
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