Camelina Agronomics -

Influence of combined nitrogen and sulphur fertilization on false flax (Camelina sativa) yield and quality – T. Lošák, J. Vollmann, J. Hlušeka, J. Peterka, R. Filipčík and L. Prášková – Acta Alimentaria – 2010

Summary: Influence of joint applications of nitrogen and sulphur on Camelina was studied. Increasing levels of nitrogen reduced the oil content of seeds but increased the protein content. Increased levels of sulphur only slightly stimulated the oil content. A negative correlation was discovered between the oil and protein content in the seeds. Increasing N levels significantly increased the total oil yields as well as the total protein yields.

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