Where Does Niger Seed Come from?

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Niger seed originate from India, Ethiopia, and Asia. The plant is called Guizotiaabyssinica. It is one of the preferred foods of goldfinches.
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The grass is just like any other plant. If let grow long enough it will have its seed on the top. Grass will seed itself and you will have a great lawn.
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Niger is the common name for Guizotia abyssinica. Niger has been cultivated in Ethiopia and India for over a thousand years. It is not a thistle or related to any thistle. It has
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Africa and Asia is where niger seed comes from. Finches and wild birds like these seeds. Being high in calories and having oil in them, does make them appealing.
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