АУТОР(И): Ana Marjanović Jeromela, Federica Zanetti, Johann Vollmann, Barbara Alberghini, Arianna Borghesi, Sandra Cvejić, Ankica Kondić Špika, Andrea Monti, Dragana Miladinović
The most of the research work on camelina has been carried out in northern America and continental Europe. Two breeding groups (IFVCNS and BOKU) and one group focusing on the agronomy (DISTAL) just recently started research activities focusing on the development of new genotypes more adapted for southern regions of Europe. Common field trials, with 2 camelina lines selected by IFVCNS and 6 lines selected by BOKU were established at Bologna, Italy and at Rimski Šančevi, Serbia. Newly developed camelina lines were found to be highly adapted to Bologna environment, being able to achieve sustained seed yield in spite of delayed sowing and higher temperatures during pod filling period.
biomass, camelina, envirnoment, southern Europe, yield
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