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canary grass

traditional symbol of perseverance. [Plant Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 183]
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Boye also noted that canary seeds have more protein than other common cereals, are rich in other nutrients and are suitable for making flour that can be used in bread, cookies, cakes and other products.
For example, in 1987, the following percentages of different types of specialty crops were grown on contract: three varieties of mustard seed, 74-89; lentils, 76; canary seed, 78; dry field peas, 62; buckwheat, 54; and oilseed sunflowers, 83 (Saskatchewan Agriculture 1987a).
Last year, the family grew about 500 acres of seed peas, 480 acres of triticale, a relatively new grain developed by crossing wheat and rye, 500 acres of canola, 120 acres of canary seed, 140 acres of alfalfa (not expected to provide a crop this year), 320 acres of timothy seed, 160 acres of seed alfalfa, and 150 acres of turf grasses.
In addition to the desirable sunflower seeds and millet, such mixtures can contain, in varying proportions, wheat, red miller, oats, peanut hearts, corn, canary seed, rice, and milo (also known as grain sorghum).
Eighteen per cent of soybeans, seven per cent of oats and chickpeas, two per cent of canary seed and one per cent of flax have been combined.
The regime included Magic Song Restorer, Magic Fruit and Egg, Magic Private Stock Canary Seed, and constant access to Magic Bird Gravel with Charcoal as well as Magic Jewel Bone (cuttlebone) for calcium.
Saskatchewan agri-food products have a larger reach than ever before, providing the majority of the mustard found in France s Dijon mustard products, the majority of the oats in Cheerios cereal and the majority of the world s entire trade of peas and canary seed.