.member of the Brassica family, as are cabbages, cauliflowers and turnips, but it is the seeds that are mostly used. It is better known as canola, and used to produce canola oil. Identity 2.6 Rape can be harvested and cooked like any other garden greens, they have large leaves with hardly and stem so they cook quicker
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Newly cut hay dries in the hot daytime sun along Route 65 in the southern San Joaquin Valley in Richgrove, California, USA, North America. In the background, a wind machine stands ready to protect a citrus grove from spring frosts. Vast irrigated farm operations like these dominate the landscape in this soil-rich, but moisture-poor, valley.