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04/27/2007 07:43 AM ID: 62085 Permalink   

Fill Your Vehicle From a Diesel Tree


Mike Jubow, a nurseryman from Australia, has recommended that farmers plant a tree imported from Brazil to help counter the rising cost of fuel. He says that 1 hectare of the trees could supply all the fuel required to run a medium-sized farm.

The tree can be tapped and each one will produce approximately 40 litres of oil annually. The oil can be poured directly into a diesel engine.

"Now we've got another oil crisis, our farmers' cost of production from many avenues are skyrocketing, so their viability is being threatened - now is the prime time to get in and plant this tree," said Jubow.

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  hell yeah  
as long as its safe for introduction the go for it, most farms have the room, as long as the drought would kill them off.
  by: ssxxxssssss   04/27/2007 08:11 AM     
  Any more info on this?  
  by: Gogevandire   04/27/2007 09:20 AM     
  by: stonedwookie   04/27/2007 10:39 AM     
  opps wrong tree  
try this link instead
  by: stonedwookie   04/27/2007 10:42 AM     
  i don't like ethanol  
if ethanol can help, it won't help very much. there are so many cons to go along with its pros. with current productivity, less ethanol is produced than the petrol put in to create it. a recent study also suggests that ethanol may be worse than gasoline in causing smog.

so far, electricity seems to be the most realistic of the green energies. create more windmills, turbines, and efficient batteries and we're set.
  by: ManilaRyce     04/27/2007 11:25 AM     
I thought Brazil had it cracked?

Electric cars are good, but renewables and batteries arent.
Even the tesla car batteries would be useless for a nationwide backup system.
  by: Gogevandire   04/27/2007 11:40 AM     
  It would make sense... plant vast areas of these trees in Australia (as long as they can actually get to irrigate them), rather than pulling down trees in the rainforest for ethanol production.
  by: ozric   04/27/2007 11:54 AM     
brazil? yeah right.

conventional batteries are crap. however, these seem promising:
  by: ManilaRyce     04/27/2007 11:56 AM     
Useful for vehicles and emergergency power, but it could never run a national power grid for any period of time.
Like a cloudy calm day.

I suppose you could have one in every home with microgeneration.
Use nuclear plants over the winter, someone get redstain, he knows more about this stuff than me.
  by: Gogevandire   04/27/2007 05:17 PM     
  i guess  
money does grow on trees, er, in them.
  by: robplatt   04/27/2007 05:21 PM     
  more info  
  by: Gogevandire   04/27/2007 05:26 PM     
  Diesel Plant  

Dear Sir/Madam,

SALES Diesel Plant (Copaifera langsdorfii) seeds (Brazil) tropical rainforest . contact now … --Fast Ship to USA & Word - Fresh High Quality seeds

Min. Order: 1 Kilogram

Price: US $350

Thanks in advance,

Alfredo Fabor

  by: FRED FABOR   03/28/2011 06:52 PM     
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