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Canola ready for combing
Canola combining also has started in Lower Bavaria/Germany. St Peter only gave us one and a half day for this job. To less for all the crop. The remaining is waiting in the rain now. :-\

Canola seed is power from the field. For to process the seed to fuil all must be black and hard. Only in this condition it gave high qulitiy fuil!


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Theo
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wonderful photo we finished canola harvest 21.06.2007 and 290kg 1000m2 Thanks Theo Haslbeck FİRST CLAAS
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http://www.farmphoto.com/fpv2/message.aspx?mid=438226#438226
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Nice photo Theo :-)

Looks fairly green lower down but I guess it is dry enough up top ;-)

Interesting you call it canola when the Brits still refer to it as OSR (Oilseed Rape),

Cheers,

TasCowboy ;-)
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Thanks TC! English is not my native language and I try to use it to participate on this page! Our canola is not grown for fuil or food. So he have no own name for OSR!


Gretings to DownUnder
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Theo

PS: My village is behind the trees in the left part of the picture
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TC; if you look at Wikipedia there is a variation between classic rape seed and canola, but it is also a rename because of the negative associations with the word "rape" in North America resulted in the more marketing-friendly name "Canola". The varity from regular rapeseed oil, which has much higher erucic acid content. Now we have this low-acid OSR even here, so maybe canola is the right word.
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Thanks guys :-)

It was always known as rapeseed here in Aus then changed to canola, on the back of the Canadians & Americans name for the crop ;-)
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Theo, you should be commended for the the effort you make to speak English :-) using it certainly allows many more people to understand you & appreciate your photos & posts ;-)
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Over years we also had the discussion about erucic free and so on. Since many years we have now double "0" varitys. This discussion was because so the remains of oil press. With double 0 they can be used as fodder without limit.

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Theo
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TasCowboy wrote:
Nice photo Theo :-)

Looks fairly green lower down but I guess it is dry enough up top ;-)

Interesting you call it canola when the Brits still refer to it as OSR (Oilseed Rape),

Cheers,

TasCowboy ;-)


U's lot call it Rape ;)
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