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Canola

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Canola refers to both an edible oil produced from the seed of any of several varieties of the .... In 2009, 90% of the Canadian crop was herbicide-tolerant. As of 2005, 87% of the canola grown in th...

Canola Facts and Information - Soyatech

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More than 52,000 Canadian farmers grow canola, generating economic activity of $1.4 billion in Ontario and Quebec (primarily in the processing sector), and ...

What is Canola Oil? | Eat Well

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Canola plants grow to a height of one to two metres. The yellow flower produces seed pods that are about 5 centimetres in length. There is an average of 60 to ...

Industry Overview - Canola Council of Canada

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A study released in 2013 shows Canadian-grown canola contributes $19.3 billion to the Canadian economy each year, including more than 249,000 Canadian ...

Growing Canola | Crop production | Grains and other crops ...

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Canola is grown for its seed which is crushed for the oil used in margarine, cooking oils, salad oils and edible oil blends. The properties of the oil fits with the  ...

Canola (Rapeseed)

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Like soybean, canola contains both high oil content as well as high protein content ... Canola requires approximately 16 to 18 inches of water through its growing ...

USDA Economic Research Service-Canola

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Crop History; Canola Production and Processing; Trade; Consumption. Global canola production has grown rapidly over the past 40 years, rising from the sixth  ...

Planting — Canola

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Older equipment - use rapeseed setting. Crushing Seed? Control planting depth to 1/4 to 1". Ability to plant small seed, without large furrows. Make sure seed is ...

Common Questions — Canola

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What is canola and what are the uses of canola? Canola is a low erucic acid oilseed crop developed from oilseed rape. Europeans have grown oilseed rape for ...

Where is Canola Oil produced and used? - Futures Knowledge

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Sep 5, 2014 ... Over the past 40 years, canola production has risen meteorically worldwide, spurred by the growing use of vegetable oils in China and India ...

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What is Canola? - US Canola Association

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Canola is a crop with plants from three to five feet tall that produce pods from which ... Besides the U.S., it is grown in Canada and Australia, but canola oil is ...

Growing Canola Plants | B and B Farms

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Learn more about the versatile canola plants and how we grow it here in Michigan.

Canola Production in Georgia | Publications | UGA Extension

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Aug 10, 2007 ... Canola is an agronomic crop grown in many countries for production of vegetable oil and meal. Demand for canola oil continues to increase ...