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rapeseed

(rāp-sēd) [L. rapa, turnip]
The seed of Brassica campestris and other Brassica species, whose oil is used in the manufacture of lubricants and canola oil. The oil made from the seeds of the variety high in erucic acid is used as an industrial lubricant. Oil made from the seeds of the low-erucic-acid variety is relatively low in saturated fat and is commonly known as canola oil.
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"Our country is highly dependent on some farming products like oil-rich seeds," said Hojjati, adding, "Our focus is to increase production of items like rapeseed."
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Brush a large baking tray with rapeseed oil and bake for 15 minutes until crisp.
Taking into account that rapeseed is an export-oriented crop for Bulgaria, where its export share occasionally exceeds 90%, the foreign trade capacity directly depends on the crop amount.
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Heat a wok over a high heat until smoking and add one tablespoon of rapeseed oil.
Yield responses to fertilization were ranked as NPK>NP>NK>PK, illustrating that N was the most limiting nutrient in rapeseed productivity following P and K.
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He said that farmers can opt for multi-cropping of rapeseed and wheat, garlic and sugar cane, carrot and rapeseed, Maize and Fluff beans (Rawan), Sorghum (Jowar) and Jantar, and Millet (Bajra) and Cluster Beans (Guar).