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Analysis: Promising biodiesel crop needs time to prove itself

From Reuters: Several new companies are betting on the little-known pongamia pinnata tree as a biodiesel feedstock that does not hurt food production, but a decade or more of research and development is still needed to determine its value as a commercial crop.

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