Land which has been just cropped for wheat is that usually destined to colza; it may be fresh dunged with advantage.
We have the Dutch form in colza, which comes, through French, from Du.
And he set forth with his heavy peasant's tread, while the girl, with her hands on her hips, turned round to plant her colza.
Wheat, oats, barley, colza and potatoes are the chief crops.
Horse beans, planted a few weeks before, were well up; colza also was pretty forward.
The oil of the colza is much used in Europe, and highly prized.
It is extensively adulterated with poppy, nut, and teel oil, and not unfrequently with refined rape or colza oil.
colza, kol′za, n. a kind of cabbage whose seeds yield oil for lamps.
It is not easy to alter this, but colza oil will at least prevent the surface skinning over.
And while the bells made merry in the sunshine, all the world with his dog was out shooting among the beets and colza.