Original paper

Brassica carinata genotypes demonstrate potential as a winter biofuel crop in South East United States

Volume: 150, Pages: 112353 - 112353
Published: Aug 1, 2020
Abstract
Brassica carinata A. Braun, grown as a winter crop on underutilized agricultural land in the southeast United States (SE US), may provide a new rotation alternative and augment income for producers. Widespread adoption of Brassica carinata as a winter crop in the SE US requires varieties with cold tolerance, acceptable and stable seed yield, oil content, protein content so that the crop will be complementary with the normal cultivation of summer...
Paper Details
Title
Brassica carinata genotypes demonstrate potential as a winter biofuel crop in South East United States
Published Date
Aug 1, 2020
Volume
150
Pages
112353 - 112353
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