Oilseed Production Using Camelina Under Varying Water Availability
Principal Investigator: Manny Encinias
Department: Extension Animal Science and Natural Resources
Project Description: The goal of this project is to define the agronomic and economic viability of growing oilseed crops in northeastern New Mexico. Developing new oilseed crop production can save water and enhace profitability for growers due to the multiple products derived from oilseeds. The information derived will be given to farmers so they can make sound economic choices regarding crop selection and management.
Encinias, A.M. (2009, January). Camelina and other crops for Biofuel. Presentation at the NM Section of the Society for Range Management, “Meeting Energy Challenges for the New Century: Implications for Range Management” Albuquerque, NM.