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Poppy, an alternative oil plant

, : Poppy, an alternative oil plant. Agrarforschung 12(1): 4-9

Poppy (Papaver somniferum) is an ancient crop plant. The pressed seeds provide valuable edible oil. Field trials (Switzerland) in the last three years showed, that poppy needs an accurate cultivation. Seed yield ranged between 2 and 17 dt/ha depending on variety and location. Yield of 10 dt/ha should be possible if cultivation occurs under good conditions. Recommendable varieties were identified. Oil content of the seeds is approximately 30 to 40% using cold pressure.


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