The next biofuel source: Rejected watermelons?

USDA scientists found that juice from "substandard" watermelons, which often go to waste because of surface blemishes and other imperfections, could be a source of fermentable sugars that can be used in ethanol biofuel production. They also found that rejected watermelons could generate about 20 gallons of fuel per acre.

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