Post Harvest Uses of Linseed

@article{Chauhan2009PostHU,
  title={Post Harvest Uses of Linseed},
  author={Mamta Chauhan and Sadhna M. Singh and Archana Singh},
  journal={Journal of Human Ecology},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={217 - 219}
}
Abstract Linseed (Linum usitatissimum L) has been under cultivation since the dawn of civilization. It is an important oilseed crop. Every part of the linseed plant has specific economic importance. It’s crushed seed/flour is used for value addition and for making various food preparations. Linseed oil has various industrial and medicinal uses. The stalk or straw is used for making flex fibre and papers. Indeed there is no herb so useful to mankind as is this crop for its interesting… Expand
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