The harvested seeds from jatropha can be turned into a biodiesel and the residue into a cake for use as animal feed.
Last November, Legendary said Bosques had developed an early and high-yielding, as well as non-toxic, cultivar of jatropha called G4J.
Since then, Bosques has secured an additional 7 hectares of land in the state of
"This development further demonstrates that Bosques is able to take plants developed in one area and conditions and successfully cultivate them elsewhere," Legendary said.
Bosques now has 18 hectares under cultivation in total, including 16,000 pongamia trees, 28,000 jatropha plants, of which 14,000 are G4J jatropha, and 3,000 castor plants.
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