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It is not that I'm bored by Jatropha yet, in the same way that I'm bored by some of the feverishness about corn ethanol, but there is another protential tropical biofuel from a tree called Moringa. Wikipedia sugests the trees could produce 112-185 gal/acre/year. The oil contains 65-75% oleic acids.

Thanks for the tip David!

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