Camelina Environmental Risk Assessment -

Transient Seed Bank of Camelina Contributes to a Low Weedy Propensity in Western Canadian Cropping Systems – K.D. Walsh, L.L. Raatz, K.C. Topinka, and Linda M. Hall – Crop Science 2013

Summary: While camelina has high fecundity and large seed losses at harvest, it has limited seed bank persistence and is unlikely to become a weed of agricultural areas. Link: https://www.crops.org/publications/cs/abstracts/53/5/2176