what per acre yield of extracted oil fom jatropha crops

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    The per acre yield of extracted oil from Jatropha crops is 2,226 gallons. They are used for biodiesel production and have a better yield than some of their counterparts. For example, soybean production in the United States yields 280 gallons of oil per acre.

     

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    And just to provide some perspective, those 2226 gallons, requiring an acre, amount to one-quarter of one second of present US oil consumption.

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