Drought-tolerant oilseed crop gets Oregon field trials, shows promise for dry years

Camelina field trials at an Oregon State University experiment station here have shown the oilseed crop could be a source of income for the region's farmers in drought years when irrigation water is sparse.

Camelina, which is a source of animal protein supplements, cooking oil and biofuel, can be planted in the fall or very early spring.

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