Jaipur(India), May 21, 2011 -- Development of Moringa as a biofuel crop has largely been underway in India, at CJP where scientists have been assessing new crops to support sustainable rural development. CJP is dedicated to the development of oil seed bearing trees - non-food multiple vegetable oil plantation and technologies in order to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, bring greater control and security of fuel supply and reduce dangerous climate changing emissions, including CO2. Global warming, greenhouse gas , food-versus-fuel, indirect land use change, deforestation—with these critical issues in the spotlight, the feedstock deficit -plagued industry badly needs less expensive feedstock in form of non-food crop like Moringa oleifera & others
Moringa oleifera, a tree known for its vitamin-rich leaves and tolerance to drought is native to India but has been used across Africa and the tropics since ancient times, it is non-invasive and no problems have been reported concerning its interaction with other plants in native ecosystems.Moringa oleifera is a very fast growing tree; it commonly reaches four meters in height just 10 months after the seed is planted and can bear fruit within its first year. Its pods are triangular in cross-section (30 to 50 cm long) and legume-like in appearance. These pods have oil rich black and winged seeds, which can be crushed to produce biodiesel. Moringa could yield +3 ton oil per ha and that it could be used for food in times of shortages. The seeds contain 30 percent to 40 percent oil that is high in oleic acid. The meal yields about 61 percent protein. Biodiesel made from Moringa has better oxidative stability than biodiesel made with most other feedstocks the crop’s multiple dimensions would make it attractive to farmers worldwide. The Moringa oleifera tree that has enough credentials: a higher recovery and quality of oil than other crops, no direct competition with food crops as it is a edible source of fuel, and no direct competition with existing farmland as can be grown for both purpose same time
Estimates of yields, prices and cost vary greatly, making it difficult for potential growers to make informed investment decision about growing the Couple oil crop Moringa. The lack o f agronomic data about the oil crop growing makes it impossible to make investment decision on moringa growing with the confidence and certainty associated with a decision to grow and establish a successful plantation. CJP identifies the Key elements in growing moringa and their effects examined. And provide accurate information about the crop for potential moringa investors and growers after performing feasibility study.
CJP’S Next 4th 5-day Global Jatropha Hi-tech Integrated Nonfood Biodiesel Farming & Technology Training Programme in India from September 14-18, 2011 is all set to introduce you the real world of nonfood biodiesel crops and business” where the attendees shall also have the opportunity to interact with Moringa crops science, agronomy and its cultivation technology etc. as have also been included in the course. To find out more about JATROPHAWORLD 2011 please visit http://www.jatrophabiodiesel.org
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JATROPHAWORLD 2011 is unique because of the capability to deliver an integrated 'One Stop Solution' for Agri-Fuel-business operations to the agricultural and energy sector worldwide.
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