Camelina Production in Florida
Wild radish between rows of camelina in Florida.
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How to Cite

Seepaul, Ramdeo, David Wright, Sheeja George, and Ian Small. 2022. “Camelina Production in Florida: SS-AGR-340/AG350, Rev. 7/2022”. EDIS 2022 (4). Gainesville, FL.


This publication discusses camelina adaptability, stand establishment, pest and disease management, and nutrient management. Written by Ramdeo Seepaul, David Wright, Sheeja George, and Ian Small, and published by the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department, revised July 2022.
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George, S., Seepaul, R., Geller, D., Dwivedi, P., DiLorenzo, N., Altman, R., Coppola, E., Miller, S.A., Bennett, R., Johnston, G., Streit, L., Csonka, S., Field, J., Marois, J., Wright, D., Small, I., Philippidis, G.P., 2021. A regional inter-disciplinary partnership focusing on the development of a carinata-centered bioeconomy. GCB Bioenergy 2021;13:1018–1029.

Srivastava P., Young H.M., Marois J.J., Wright D.L., Dankers H., Dufualt N.S., and Harmon P.F. 2012. First report of downy mildew (Hyaloperonospora camelinae) on Camelina sativa in Florida. Plant Dis.96:11.

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