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  • noun Plural form of oilseed.

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Examples

  • The company's problems appeared to stem from wheat merchandising, as Chief Executive Patricia Woertz said the company was "positioned well" in oilseeds and corn.

    ADM Profit Drops 30%

  • Some legumes like peanuts and soybeans are also called oilseeds because of their high vegetable oil content.

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  • The country's June-September monsoon season is important for summer-sown crops such as oilseeds, rice, cotton and sugar cane, as 60% of the fields are rain-fed.

    Monsoon May Remain Active in Many Parts Except Northwest

  • India's June-September monsoons are important for the country's summer-sown crops such as oilseeds, rice and sugarcane, as around 60% of the crop is rain-fed.

    Monsoon Likely to Hit Kerala on May 26

  • In India, where 60% of farmland is rain-fed, the June-September monsoon is crucial, especially for summer-sown crops such as oilseeds, rice and sugar cane.

    India's Economy May Grow at Least 7%

  • Sanjit Das/The Wall Street Journal Some farmers have switched to crops that require less water, such as oilseeds and coarse cereals.

    Parched in India

  • Even a late revival in rains in mid-August have hit crops after many farmers had switched to those that require less water, such as oilseeds and coarse cereals.

    Uttar Pradesh Farmers Among Worst Hit by Drought

  • In these states, the delayed monsoon has already adversely affected sowing of key crops such as oilseeds, pulses, coarse cereals and cotton, which is normally complete by June

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  • In these states, the delayed monsoon has already adversely affected sowing of key crops such as oilseeds, pulses, coarse cereals and cotton, which is normally complete by June

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  • In these states, the delayed monsoon has already adversely affected sowing of key crops such as oilseeds, pulses, coarse cereals and cotton, which is normally complete by June

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