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Increasing importance of rapeseed






Agra Europe, UK (1294): M/7-M/8

Increasing importance of rapeseed

In recent years, the world rapeseed area has expanded more sharply than that of any other oilseed. By 1987/88 it had increased to 16 Mha compared with the average of just 13 Mha for the five seasons from 1981/82-1985/86. This is a rise of 23%. Rapeseed currently accounts for more then 11.5% of the area planted to the six leading oilseeds against 10% from 1981/82-1985/86. Rape cultivation has been encouraged by genetic improvements in recent years.


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