Crambe (CRAM bee) is an oilseed crop from the mustard family, which includes crops such as rapeseed (canola and industrial rapeseed oil) and tame mustard. Except for industrial rapeseed, crambe is the only commercial source of erucic acid, a fatty acid, in the United States. Global preference for rapeseed oil and the lack of processing facilities have stalled production in the United States. August 2012 ... Crambe
- Crambe, Alternative Field Crops Manual, University of Wisconsin Extension and University of Minnesota, 2000.
- Crambe, The National Non-Food Crops Centre, United KIngdom (UK).
- Crambe: A North Dakota Case Study, Joint Centre for Crop Innovation, University of Melbourne, Australia, 2003.
- Crambe, North Dakota State University Extension Service.
- Crambe, Springdale Crop Synergies Limited, UK - This company has been actively engaged in growing crambe since 2001 and offers contracts to U.K. farmers.
- Crambe Production, North Dakota State University Extension Service, 1993.
- Industrial Uses of Ag Materials Situation and Outlook Report, Economic Research Service, USDA, 1997 - Includes an article about crambe production and processing in North Dakota.
- Industrial Uses of Ag Products such as Crambe Play a Role in Rural Community Development, Rural Development Perspectives.
- Rapeseed and Crambe, Kansas State University Experiment Station, 1990 - Reviews research on production and processing marketing of alternative crops.
Links checked August 2012.