The popular finch seed Niger (Guizotia abyssinica) is native to the highlands of Ethiopia. Niger is in the composite (Sunflower) family and is quite closely related to the popular garden plants Cosmos (genus Coreopsis). It has yellow Cosmos-like flowers and grows up to 6 feet tall. The seeds contain up to 40% oil and in Ethiopia, India and Myanmar (Burma) it is an important oil seed crop. Ethiopian immigrants possibly introduced the seed to India around 3000BC along with other important food plants such as Millet. Niger supplies 50% of the vegetable oil used in Ethiopia and 3% in India. It is also heated and made into a paste and eaten directly. The meal left after oil extraction is used as a livestock food. It is a useful crop in the tropics because it is relatively pest free and can be grown in clay and waterlogged soils.
Niger(Nyjer) Seeds which comes from the Ramtili plant and scientifically known as Guizotia abyssinica. Oil enriched, black and small Ingurgitated with oils. Niger Seeds are mainly used to feed the birds and it also marginal used in India as jelly.
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