Vegetable Protein and Liquid Bio-Fuels from Crescentia can Compete with Mineral Oil

The fruits of Crescentia alata can produce vegetable protein, Ethanol and vegetable oil (Bio­Diesel). Crescentia does not use the soil exclusively. Crescentia grows on all tropical pastures. Its extra long tap­root brings up nutrients out of large quantities of profound soil. Crescentia produces its fruits nearly without interruption throughout the year for more than 100 years without fertilizers, without irrigation, without agro­chemicals. Crescentia can produce per hectare of pastures per year 11 tons oil­cake +...