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Canola fields, Caledon, Western Cape province
Caledon is primarily an agricultural region, where most agricultural activities involve grain production with a certain amount of stock farming.
Canola, shown in the yellow field in the background, is a kind of rapeseed of which the seeds are used to produce edible oil that is fit for human consumption, because it has lower levels of erucic acid than traditional rapeseed oils, and to produce livestock feed because it has reduced levels of the toxin glucosinolates.
PHOTO SOURCE: Friedrich von Horsten, courtesy of, and copyright, South Africa Tourism, a department of the government of South Africa, used with permission.
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