Niger seed is an herb that grows annually and is grown for its edible seeds. The shape of these seeds looks like those of sunflower, but Niger seeds are smaller and black in color. This plant was originally cultivated in the Ethiopian highlands. However, nowadays it is also cultivated in other countries around the world. It is growing in popularity all over the world due to its richness in various essentials. Products Ethiopia Origin Niger Seed Machine Cleaned - Yes Year Crop - Current Purity Min - 98.5% Admixture - 1.5% Moisture Content - 8% Oil Content Min - 34%
Crop Feature:- Moderate rainfall between 1,000-1,250 mm annually. Oil extraction for human consumption as cooking oil Sowing: March Harvesting: May-June Industrial Uses:- For soap making Paint preparation and as preparation of Ethiopian average annual production potential 213,990 ton
Ethiopia Niger Seeds Mc, New Crop, Non-gmo (Organic) Purity: As Per Customer Requirement Foreign Matter: 1.5% Max Moisture: 8 Pct. Max, Oil Content: 34 Pct. Min, Ffa: 1pct Max. Free From Live And Dead Insects And Filth, Fit For Human Consumption
Niger seeds are used for bird feeding. It is rich in carbohydrates, protein and dietary fibres. Niger oil is widely used as cooking oil, in soaps and paints. It is also used as a spice in food. Specifications: Moisture: 12% max. Purity: 98% max.
Niger Seeds (NOUG) Niger Seed Is Considered To Be The Native Of Ethiopia . From The Place Of Origin, it migrates to east Africa and India. Niger seeds are grown in moderate temperature of 18% to 23% in all types of soils from sandy to deep clay loams. It is sown on March / April and harvested on June. it is popular for its light flavor and oil content . Ethiopia uses the Niger seed for the oil extraction for human consumption as cooking oil.