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Why grow canola in the South Coast Region? Canola is a member of the Brassicaceae family, which also includes mustard, turnip, wild radish, cauliflower, cabbage and broccoli. It is a winter growing oilseed that can be produced in most arable areas of Australia where winter crops are currently grown. Originally known as rapeseed using the species B. campestris, the species of B. napus have almost completely replaced this earlier species in all the areas where the crop is grown.
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Eksteen, D. (2000), Profitable canola production in the south coastal region 2000. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4407.
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