Canola is a crop with plants from three to five feet tall that produce pods from which seeds are harvested and crushed to create canola oil and meal. These plants also produce small, yellow flowers, which beautify the environment.
Canola seeds contain about 45 percent oil. This large percentage of oil comes in a small package; canola seeds are similar in size to poppy seeds, though brownish-black
Despite its name, wild rice is not rice at all. Although it is the seed of an aquatic grass like rice, it’s not directly related to it. This grass grows naturally in shallow freshwater marshes and along the shores of streams and lakes.