Description of the ten proposals designed by farmers to manage camelina in the cropping systems.
|Description of the proposal||Management of the previous crop harvest and residues||Sowing (date, rate, equipment)||Fertilisation (date, amount, product)||Irrigation (date, amount)||Weeding (date, type of weeding, amount, equipment)||Harvest date and installation of the following crop|
|1||Pure camelina as double crop after canned pea||Pea harvest on June 15th, followed by the harvest of the pea tops
OR tillage (if the conditions are not favourable for pea tops harvest)
|June 20th, sowing of camelina at 8 kg ha−1 (rotary harrow)||–||–||–||Early/mid October|
|2||Pure camelina as double crop after canned pea||Pea harvest on July 15th–20th||July 20th, direct sowing of camelina at 10 kg ha−1||–||–||–||Early November|
|3||Pure camelina as double crop after winter barley||Winter barley harvest on early July, then harvest of the barley straws||Sowing of camelina, 2–3 days after the harvest of barley, at 8 to 10 kg ha−1||No nitrogen application
OR 10 t ha−1 of sugarbeet scums before camelina sowing
|–||Harrowing in August OR application of a broadleaf herbicide at the stage “2 leaf” of the barley regrowth||Late September or early October
OR mowing and windrowing of camelina
|4||Pure camelina as double crop after winter barley||Winter barley harvest on mid-July, then harvest of the barley straws||July 20th, direct sowing of camelina with a disc seeder at 8–10 kg ha−1||–||–||Broadleaf herbicide (if necessary)||Late October, and then sowing yellow mustard before sugarbeet or sunflower|
|5||Pure camelina as double crop after winter barley||Winter barley harvest on early/mid-July||2–3 days after the harvest of barley, direct sowing of camelina with a disc seeder at 8 kg ha−1||Nitrogen and phosphate supply: 80 kg ha−1 of 18–46 at sowing||–||Broadleaf herbicide (if necessary)||Mid-October/early November and late sowing of the following wheat that allows avoiding aphid treatment and weed control|
|6||Pure camelina as relay crop after winter barley||–||June 10th (or before), broadcast sowing of camelina at 10 kg ha−1||Nitrogen (30 kgN. ha−1) + sulphur + boron supply at the rosette stage OR
Application of 3 t ha−1 of chicken dropping (at the rosette stage right after barley harvest
|–||Application of 0.4 l ha−1 of Pilote® (broadleaf herbicide) if barley regrowth is competitive||September 10th–15th|
|7||Pure camelina as spring crop after an immature rye valorised through a methanation unit||Rye silage on mid-May, then deep tillage but without turning the soil||1–2 days after the silage, sowing of camelina at 8 kg ha−1
OR direct sowing (depending on the harvest conditions of rye)
|–||10 to 15 mm at sowing||–||Late July/early August|
|8||Pure camelina as spring crop between two buckwheat cycles||Chemical destruction of the cover crop (faba bean/oat/vetch) just after sowing camelina||Late April/early May, direct sowing of camelina, in the cover crop, at 8 kg ha−1||–||–||–||Late July/early August. Broadcast sowing of the buckwheat in camelina crop just before the harvest|
|9||Pure camelina as spring crop after winter wheat||Chemical destruction of the cover crop and realisation of a stale seed bed in March||In April, direct sowing of camelina at 10 kg ha−1||Nitrogen and phosphate supply: localised application of 65 kg ha−1 of 18–46 at sowing||–||–||In July; when camelina is mature|
|10||Spring camelina intercrop with spring pea or spring barley||Destruction of the catch crop (mulching technique)||March 10th–15th, sowing of the intercrop at 8 kg ha−1 (camelina), 15 kg ha−1 (spring barley) or 50 kg ha−1 (pea)||–||–||Novall ® application if competitive buckwheat regrowth||July 10th|
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