Why should you consider growing Camelina?
✔️ Flax is a tough crop to grow…. it's tough on your equipment and the straw is difficult to dispose of.
✔️ Camelina is a unique low-input dry-land oil seed crop. On some farms input costs as low as $100/acre can yield profits as high as $100/acre.
✔️ Camelina can be produced on marginal lands with relatively low inputs.
✔️ Seed costs as low as $25 per acre and requires less nitrogen than canola.
✔️ Camelina will make you more money than Flax according to the current Crop Production Guide and delivers competitive yields compared to canola on lighter soils and offers a shorter growing season.
✔️ Camelina is resistant to flea beetles, blackleg and blackspot. Seed treatment with insecticide and fungicides and late-season insecticide sprays are not necessary.
✔️ We’re a Saskatchewan company – your money stays here to support local business, creating jobs here and helping us re-invest in the province.
We have just a handful or 2019 contracts left ….to find out more call our crop production specialist Carlene at 306-220-2737 or fill in this contact form: