Researchers are testing jet fuel produced from mustard plant

05/9/2012 | Times Colonist (Victoria, British Columbia)

Canadian researchers are testing renewable jet fuel made from the seeds of the Ethiopian mustard plant. The jet fuel is being tested by a Dassault Falcon 20 business jet in Ottawa, Canada. The plant, whose scientific name is Brassica carinata, can grow in drought conditions.

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