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Most farmers would call Crambe (kram-bee) a new crop, but it’s actually an old one whose time has come. Known botanically as Crambe Abyssinica, this member of the mustard family originates from the Mediterranean area.




Agronomically, the benefits to a grower can be summarized as:

  • Low input costs (fertilizer, sprays etc) compared with other crops
  • Lower water requirements compared to other cash crops
  • Effective break crop with advantages to the following crop
  • Short growing period (120 days)
  • No specialized farming equipment or processes are required
  • Potential to profitably establish, grow and harvest marginal or disused land


Currently, crambe cannot be grown economically in northern Europe due to competing crops. However there are large areas of marginal or disused land that may benefit from crambe cropping in order to progressively re-introduce this land into production. Trial work has also been completed across the world to further understand the ability of the crop to perform where economic conditions are more favorable.



Why Crambe



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