Turnip, rutabaga, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, mustard, and many other
vegetables are related to the two natural canola varieties commonly grown,
which are ...
Apr 2, 2013 ... Canola - end uses and growing areas in Canada. Includes a photograph.
A study released in 2013 shows Canadian-grown canola contributes $19.3
billion to the Canadian economy each year, including more than 249,000
Canola oil comes from the seeds of the canola plant. Once harvested, canola
seeds are crushed and the oil contained within the seed is extracted. The
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 ...
Global canola production has grown rapidly over the past 40 years, rising from
the sixth largest oil crop to the second largest. Canola production was 10-15 ...
North Dakota alone produces over 80 percent of the nation's canola crop. ... Iowa
State University, 2007 - The renewed interest in growing canola in Iowa and ...
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
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
Feb 28, 2007 ... More than 60 percent of the canola crop in Canada (where most of it is grown)
comes from genetically modified seed, making it illegal in ...