jatropha plant in ethiopia

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  • Jatropha fissispina

    Description: Jatropha fissispina is a short sparingly-branched, pachycaul shrub 01-1 m tall, but exceptional plants to 25 m tall are known The branches, are thick, somewhat fleshy, soft, spiny and tomentose when young The pelargonium-like leaves are deeply lobed and hairy, the flowers are green or yellow-green and not very showy...

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  • Jatropha in Africa

    In the south of Ethiopia, Jatropha is used in the form of hedg In Addis Ababa, a Biodiesel company was founded which wants to exploit Jatropha in a large scale for Biodiesel production...

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  • JATROPHA CURCAS L

    JATROPHA CURCAS L AN INTERNATIONAL BOTANICAL ANSWER TO BIODIESEL PRODUCTION & RENEWABLE ENERGY LEADER IN ORGANIC BIOTECHNOLOGY 1 DESCRIPTION OF THE PLANT, DISTRIBUTION, ECOLOGY Jatropha curcas L or physic nut, is a bush or small tree (up to 5 m height) and belongs to the euphorbia family The genus Jatropha contains approximately 170 known ....

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  • Biofuel: Jatropha

    Jatropha Oil Jatropha oil is a plant oil with some similar physical and chemical properties to diesel, which is why it is possible to run diesel engines on jatropha oil after some adaptations The oil content of jatropha seeds is around 30-35%, so around 3 kg of seeds deliver one liter of oil...

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  • Jatropha aethiopica

    Jatropha sabdariffa Schweinf Common Name: No Image General Information Jatropha aethiopica is a perennial plant with stems that have few branches, are more or less woody and can persist for several years It can grow up to 1 metre tall from a tuberous rootstock , Ethiopia Habitat Deciduous woodland with Pterocarpus, Terminalia, Borassus ....

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  • 5 millon project

    The '1 Million Plants' project is the ultimate effort to promote Jatropha as the renewable source of energy Within this project, we want to proof that large-scale plantations are highly sustainable and can be conducted profitably Beyond that, the project is going to integrate and support local farm workers, providing them a continuous income ....

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  • Jatropha biodiesel in India

    Jatropha incentives in India is a part of India's goal to achieve energy independence by the year 2018 Jatropha oil is produced from the seeds of the Jatropha curcas, a plant that can grow in wastelands across India, and the oil is considered to be an excellent source of bio-diesel...

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  • Jatropha rivae

    Jatropha rivae is a densely-branched shrub that can grow up to 25 metres tall[328 Title , Year 0 ISBN Description Contains information on over 150,000 plant names (including synonyms) giving a description and habitat, plus a distribution map, 500 Title Flora of Somalia Publication Author , Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania ....

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  • Ethiopia: Private Sector Promise for Biofuel

    The jatropha plant is used to make biodiesel 27 October 2018 Addis Fortune (Addis Ababa) , There are over 38,000ha of infertile land that can be cultivated with biofuel plants in Ethiopia...

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  • jatropha plantation in Africa

    Nov 29, 2010· I would suggest that, first of all you look at my web site : Welcome to Green Fuel Tech bio-fuel, bio-diesel, jatropha plantation, jatropha, jatropa curcus, contract farming, bio-diesel plant & machinery, green-fuel, renewable energy, alternate energy, solar systems, oil expelling, bio fuel crops, and understand about our vision set for Africa...

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  • Introduction

    of 5 tons of seed per ha can be expected for the plant in good soils and rainfall (900-1200mm) In Ethiopia Jatropha curcas plantation may be produced at cheaper cost than other countri In Ethiopia Jatropha and castor oil cost is estimated from 045 to 076 ,...

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  • Jatropha glauca (PROTA)

    Jatropha glauca occurs in Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia, and extends to Yemen and Saudi Arabia Us In Ethiopia the whole plant including the root is mashed in water and the liquid is taken to treat constipation and used as ear drops to treat earache The sap is taken as an astringent...

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  • Jatropha curcas (jatropha)

    Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page The name Jatropha curcas was first used by Linnaeus, and although there are a number of synonyms this name is still valid today J curcas is in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae, which is a pantropical family including 228 genera and over 6500 species of trees and shrubs (The Plant List, 2013)The genus Jatropha belongs to the tribe Jatropheae of ....

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  • Endemic plants of Ethiopia

    Endemic plants of Ethiopia: Preliminary working list to contribute to National plant conservation target Tesfaye Awas (PhD) Institute of Biodiversity Conservation, P O Box 30726, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia The list of Endemic plants of Ethiopia was produced (Table 1) from published flora...

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