The growing of a canola crop

By Jim Honner (Forbes, NSW) #ThankAFarmerForYourNextMeal


This week's photo library focuses on growing the Canola crop. Canola is an important crop in the planting relation, with an estimated 550,000 hectares sown down in NSW alone in 2020. The oil that is extracted from the seed post harvest is commonly used for cooking, and in food processing plants. As well as being used in the production of bio diesel and bio plastics. Whilst the by products which are left over after the seeds are crushed and the oil extracted include; animal feed pet food and fertiliser.


@jim_honner

"Greenery in my scenery"

– 970 Canola, Jugiong, NSW


@vceventsco

"A seat at the table"

– VC Events Australia; Rural, Regional and Remote event management.


@deniseannebuchanan

"The farmer has to be an optimist or they wouldn't be a farmer"

– The Gap, NSW


@_tmphoto

"In farming timing is everything, looks like these two operations have got it spot on"

– Lake Bolac, VIC


@izcumbo

"The finished product, putting smiles on faces!"

– Tubbul, NSW


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