A new crop is cornering the alternative fuel market and University of Florida researchers say this plant could be a solution for the high cost of diesel fuel.
For years, jatropha curcas plants grew well in the drought conditions and margin soils of India, Africa, and China. The plants seeds are high in oil that can be made into bio-diesel fuel
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