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Safflower (C øa ør øt øh øa øm øu øs ø t øi øn øc øt øo ør øi øu øs ø L ø. ø)

An N. Hang

Safflower (C øa ør øt øh øa øm øu øs ø t øi øn øc øt øo ør øi øu øs ø L ø. ø)

a potential oilseed crop for Washington

by An N. Hang

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Published by Washington State University Agricultural Research Center in [Pullman, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Safflower,
  • Oilseed plants -- Washington (State) -- Economic aspects

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAn N. Hang, S.E. Ullrich.
    SeriesResearch bulletin / Washington State University, Agricultural Research Center -- XB 0920., Research bulletin (Washington State University. Agricultural Research Center) -- 920.
    ContributionsUllrich, S. E.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[7] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14654729M
    OCLC/WorldCa11828920

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Safflower (C øa ør øt øh øa øm øu øs ø t øi øn øc øt øo ør øi øu øs ø L ø. ø) by An N. Hang Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cole's Wild Bird Products Cole's SA10 Safflower Birdseed, Pound, 10 lb. This book portrays how the commercial development of safflower oil was done, how the different players involved approached the problem, and what can be learned from this that might help in the evolution of other "new" crops.

Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) — an oilseed crop — is a member of the family Compositae or Asteraceae. Carthamus is the latinized synonym of the Arabic word quartum, or gurtum, which refers to the color of the dye extracted from safflower flowers.

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Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) a member of the family Compositae or Asteraceae, is a branching, thistle-like herbaceous annual or winter annual.

Safflower flowers are occasionally used in cooking as a cheaper substitute for saffron, and Safflower book sometimes referred Safflower book as "bastard saffron". [11] In coloring textiles, safflower's dried flowers are used as a natural textile dye.

The pigment in safflower is the benzoquinone-derived chemical carthamin and it is classified as a quinone-type dye. Safflower oil. Safflower oil is the richest in polyunsaturated fatty acid (linoleic acid, 77%). The medicinal properties of linoleic acid were first reported in the United States in the s indicating its usefulness in lowering serum cholesterol levels in laboratory tests on animals and humans and reducing the risk of heart attacks.

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Subjects: Safflower. Safflower oil industry. Safflower oil. In Fats and Oils Handbook, Safflower Seed Oil Botany and History of Safflower. Safflower seed is the seed of Carthamus tinctorius, which has been grown for a long time for oil production and as the botanical Latin name suggests, for coloring coloring matter arises from carthamin and iso-carthamin (C 21 H 22 O 11 × H 2 O).

Like. Description / Application. Safflower is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual. It is commercially cultivated for vegetable oil extracted from the seeds.

Plants are 30 to cm tall with globular flower heads having yellow, orange, or red flowers. Each branch will usually have from one to five flower heads containing 15 to 20 seeds per head.

Oleic safflower --ch. Safflower around the world --ch. s to the present --ch. Safflower today, and where it is going --Appendix A.U.S.

and world acreage reports --Appendix B. North American safflower variety descriptions --Appendix C. Recommended cropping practices --Appendix D. Legal and technical regulation of trade. Part of the Handbook of Plant Breeding book series (HBPB, volume 4) Introduction. Significant contributions to understanding and manipulating domesticated safflower, Carthamus tinctorius L., for improvement of the crop, have been made by scientists in numerous countries.

A sampling of such contributions will be presented in this chapter. Birders typically offer safflower to avoid certain species such as jays, doves and grackles, who do not tend to like safflower. Safflower is the seed most often associated with attracting and feeding cardinals.

High in oil, this seed is very beneficial to wild birds in every season. Smith, J. Safflower. New York: AOCS Publishing, The Rise of Safflower Seed Oil. While safflower is a longtime crop for food, medicine and other uses in human history, the oil is most definitely not. The pale seeds from the safflower plant are the source of its edible oil.

Commercially, manufacturers expeller press or extract the oil with toxic solvents. Some may use a combination of the two.

Safflower flowers are occasionally used in cooking as a cheaper substitute for saffron, and are thus sometimes referred to as "bastard saffron." There are two types of safflower that produce different kinds of oil: one high in monounsaturated fatty acid (oleic acid) and the other high in polyunsaturated fatty acid (linoleic acid).

Nutrition facts: Calories, Calories from fat Total fat: g or 22% (g saturated fat, g trans fat) Ingredients. 1 lb mild ground sausage* 1 cup chopped frozen spinach. Safflower Production in California Volume of Special publication - Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of California Volume of Special publication: Authors: Stephen R.

Kaffka, Thomas E. Kearney: Publisher: UCANR Publications, ISBN:Length: 29 pages: Subjects. Safflower is grown as an oil seed crop, but it is worth more in regards to its soil health benefits. “Safflower has a long taproot that opens up channels for salts that are in the soil to leach down below the root zone,” Samoil said.

“This allows farmers to plant more profitable crops after the safflower has been harvested.”.BOOK 1, CHAPTER 2 SAFFLOWER SEED Table No. 1 - Safflower Seed Grade and Grade Requirements Grade Test Weight Maximum Limits of Stones Hulls Dehulled & Broken Other Grains Damaged Safflower Seed Heat Total Damage NO.

pounds Count % % % % % 1 2 2 6 File Size: KB.Safflower oil can also be used on your body as a soap and is known to produce a mild cleansing and lathering effect. For an easy safflower oil soap recipe, combine oz. of safflower oil, oz. of coconut oil, oz.

of palm oil, oz. of distilled water and oz. of lye.