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Jatropha can be successfully grown in arid regions of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) for biodiesel production. These energy crops are highly useful in preventing soil erosion and shifting of sand-dunes.
Salman Zafar‘s insight:
Jatropha is already grown at limited scale in some Middle East countries, especially Egypt, and tremendous potential exists for its commercial exploitation.
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