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Oil, toil and trouble bubbling - India's jatropha tussle

Plans to transform millions of hectares of India's so-called 'wastelands' into biofuel plantations have met fierce opposition from those who see the lands as a lifeline for the rural poor.

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Simarouba glauca cultivation for evergreen revolution: To solve the problem of biofuel, here is a workable system that can be easily adopted not only in India but even at global level. The people in the tropical world can easily give a solution by planting multipurpose trees like Simarouba glauca.
posted by: Dr. Syamasundar Joshi and Dr. Shantha Joshi (15:15:40 Sun 4th October 2009)



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