Farmers grow oilseed crops for the oil in their seeds. People use these oils for cooking, industrial processes, and biodiesel production. The oils from oilseeds provide a good source of polyunsaturated fats, which researchers have linked to heart health.

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Sesame seed (Akshay Black)

About Seeds

Sesame seeds, also known as Sesamum indicum, are the edible seeds of the sesame plant, which is native to tropical areas in Asia, Africa, and South America. The seeds are high in protein, fat, minerals, vitamins, and fiber, and contain lignans, which are antioxidants.

Product Specifications

TIME OF SOWING

MAY TO JULY - DECEMBER TO FEBRUARY

SEED RATE PER ACRE

2.5 TO 3.0 KG

DAY TO MATURITY

100 TO 110 DAYS

LEAF COLOUR

 GREEN COLOUR

CAPSULE: ARRANGEMENT

ALTERNATE

GRAIN  COLOUR

DARK BLACK  COLOUR

PLANT HEIGHT

4  TO 5 FEET

YIELD PER ACRE (APPROX)

700 TO 900 KGS

Key Features:

  • Versatile Culinary Ingredient: Sesame seeds can be used in various culinary applications, including baking, cooking, and garnishing. They add a nutty flavor and crunchy texture to dishes such as salads, stir-fries, baked goods, and desserts.
  • Rich in Antioxidants: Sesame seeds contain antioxidants like sesamin and sesamolin, which help reduce inflammation, oxidative stress, and the risk of chronic diseases such as cancer and diabetes.
  • Digestive Support: The fiber content in sesame seeds promotes digestive health by preventing constipation, supporting regular bowel movements, and maintaining gut microbiota balance.

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