Organic Jatropha seeds

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hcms

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We can supply bulk quantity of Jatropha seeds with 80 % germination and with minimum 30% oil content.

Jatropha curcas (Kattamanakku) is an oil plant. The botanic name Jatropha is derived from Greek, "Jatras" meaning Doctor and "trophe," Nutrition.

The non-edible vegetable oil of Jatropha curcas has the requisite potential of providing a promising and commercially viable alternative to diesel oil since it has desirable physicochemical and performance characteristics comparable to diesel. Cars could be run with Jatropha curcas without requiring much change in design.

A hybrid variety of jatropha could give three harvests an year, compared to two harvests by other varieties of jatropha. It takes two years for a 'Jatropha' sapling to begin producing seeds, and they can produce seeds for up to 30 years. The seeds are crushed to extract raw oil, Jatropha seeds contain about 35% of non-edible oil.

Few advantages of jatropha are given below:

Jatropha is adapted to a wide range of climates and soils.

It can grow almost on any type of soil whether gravelly, sandy or saline and thrives even on the poorest stony soils and rock crevices.

It is a drought resistant perennial living up to 50 years.
 

osman75

New Member
We can supply bulk quantity of Jatropha seeds with 80 % germination and with minimum 30% oil content.

Jatropha curcas (Kattamanakku) is an oil plant. The botanic name Jatropha is derived from Greek, "Jatras" meaning Doctor and "trophe," Nutrition.

The non-edible vegetable oil of Jatropha curcas has the requisite potential of providing a promising and commercially viable alternative to diesel oil since it has desirable physicochemical and performance characteristics comparable to diesel. Cars could be run with Jatropha curcas without requiring much change in design.

A hybrid variety of jatropha could give three harvests an year, compared to two harvests by other varieties of jatropha. It takes two years for a 'Jatropha' sapling to begin producing seeds, and they can produce seeds for up to 30 years. The seeds are crushed to extract raw oil, Jatropha seeds contain about 35% of non-edible oil.

Few advantages of jatropha are given below:

Jatropha is adapted to a wide range of climates and soils.

It can grow almost on any type of soil whether gravelly, sandy or saline and thrives even on the poorest stony soils and rock crevices.

It is a drought resistant perennial living up to 50 years.
Dear Sir,

I have about 200 acres in Sudan and I'm interested to used this land for Jatropha plantation, so if you can provide me some information on how to start and the seeds price.

Best regards,
Osman
 

osman75

New Member
Jatropha & bio diesel

We can supply bulk quantity of Jatropha seeds with 80 % germination and with minimum 30% oil content.

Jatropha curcas (Kattamanakku) is an oil plant. The botanic name Jatropha is derived from Greek, "Jatras" meaning Doctor and "trophe," Nutrition.

The non-edible vegetable oil of Jatropha curcas has the requisite potential of providing a promising and commercially viable alternative to diesel oil since it has desirable physicochemical and performance characteristics comparable to diesel. Cars could be run with Jatropha curcas without requiring much change in design.

A hybrid variety of jatropha could give three harvests an year, compared to two harvests by other varieties of jatropha. It takes two years for a 'Jatropha' sapling to begin producing seeds, and they can produce seeds for up to 30 years. The seeds are crushed to extract raw oil, Jatropha seeds contain about 35% of non-edible oil.

Few advantages of jatropha are given below:

Jatropha is adapted to a wide range of climates and soils.

It can grow almost on any type of soil whether gravelly, sandy or saline and thrives even on the poorest stony soils and rock crevices.

It is a drought resistant perennial living up to 50 years.
Dear Sir,

I have about 200 acres in Sudan and I'm interested to used this land for Jatropha plantation, so if you can provide me some information on how to start and the seeds price.

Best regards,
Osman
 

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