Description of the ten proposals designed by farmers to introduce camelina in their cropping systems. MAE means Agro-Environmental Measures and refers to an objective of reduction of agrochemical products (%).
|Description of the proposal||Soil type||Farmer’s stated objectives||Additional information|
|1||Pure camelina as double crop after canned pea||Deep loamy-clay||Replace the mandatory catch crop after canned pea||–|
|2*,1||Pure camelina as double crop after canned pea||Deep loamy-clay||Replace the mandatory catch crop after canned pea||MAE 50% except herbicides; 40% herbicides
|3*||Pure camelina as double crop after winter barley||Deep loamy-clay (∼ 20% of clay)||Replace the catch crop sown before the spring crops (maize or sugarbeet)||MAE 50% except herbicides|
|4||Pure camelina as double crop after winter barley||Deep loamy-clay (or sandy)||Replace rapeseed in the crop sequence with a low-input crop||–|
|5||Pure camelina as double crop after winter barley||Shallow limestone or loamy-sandy||Break out the succession of two straw cereals (winter wheat and winter barley)||MAE 50% except herbicides; 40% herbicides– Direct sowing|
|6||Pure camelina as relay crop after winter barley||Shallow limestone or loamy-sandy||Diversify the usual crop sequence “Rapeseed – Winter Wheat– Winter Barley”||–|
|7*||Pure camelina as spring crop after an immature rye valorised through a methanation unit||Deep loamy||Introduce a crop with a shorter cycle than maize to make a second energy catch crop (sorghum) after the camelina (instead of sowing catch crop)||–|
|8||Pure camelina as spring crop between two buckwheat cycles||Shallow limestone or loamy-sandy||Diversify the crop sequence and eventually replace rapeseed||MAE 50% except herbicides; 40% herbicides
|9*||Pure camelina as spring crop after winter wheat||Sandy||Extend the crop sequence, introduce a low-input crop in the crop sequence and eventually replace rapeseed||MAE 50% except herbicides
|10||Spring camelina intercrop with spring pea or spring barley||Shallow limestone or loamy-sandy||Introduce a spring crop in the winter crop sequence (rapeseed–wheat–barley). Increase soil cover with the intercropping||No till system|
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