CANOLA


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CANOLACanadian Oil
CANOLACanadian Oil Low Acid
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96 t ha-1) was resulted from two rows of wheat alternating with two rows of canola (Table 2).
ICE said that the canola futures contract is the world benchmark for canola trading.
Canola depletes vitamin E which will impact chronic diseases (heart, cancer, Alzheimer's, and diabetes).
They will be focused around clear, strategic themes including oil and meal nutrition, canola meal nutrition, canola health and integrated pest management, canola yield and quality optimization, integrated crop management and sustainability of canola production and canola supply surveillance and forecasting.
The bill would rebuff a decision by the state Department of Agriculture in February to allow up to 2,500 acres of canola - also known as rapeseed - to be grown in the existing, almost 4 million-acre "Willamette Valley Protected District," where canola previously had been entirely banned.
Keywords: Saccharum officinarum, canola, intercropping, sugar recovery
In Punjab canola cultivation target has been set on 50,000 acres of land and all possible support is being provided to the farmers for enhancing canola cultivation, he added.
In Punjab, canola cultivation target has been set on 50,000 acres of land and all possible support was being provided to farmers for enhancing canola cultivation, he added.
Canola is a popular and profitable break crop in WA, but increased plantings have seen a rise in the incidence and severity of sclerotinia outbreaks, which significantly reduce canola crop yields.
Canola is a rapeseed variety that was traditionally bred to have lower levels of unhealthful erucic acid.