Katran Abyssinian

Katran AbyssinianKatran Abyssinian - Crambe abissinica Hochst.
The Mustard Family - Brassicaceae Burnett.
Annual plant with height of 20-60 see the Stem is erect, pubescent, slightly flat. The leaves are long, petioles; leaf blades spatulate form, on the edge agubekovskaya, cloves end glandules. The root is stalky. The flowers are small, white, gathered into the thick brush. Blossoms in June. Bears fruit in July. Drought-resistant.
Seeds contain up to 53% of oil, not inferior sunflower, root contains starch.
Spread in Eastern and Central Africa. From 1939 cultivated in the USSR.