(Camelina sativa) Also known as Gold-of-Pleasure. Promising "new" plant for oil and biofuel that actually has been cultivated in Europe since the Bronze Age. Camelina also makes a great cover crop and livestock feed. A relative of mustard, Camilina establishes quickly, even in fairly dry, cool conditions. The seed is about 40% oil, which contains a high amount of healthful omega-3 fatty acid. A cutting-edge addition to sustainable agriculture.