Canola pits biofuels vs. organics

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Canola pits biofuels vs. organics

Renewable energy advocates say they can coexist
Tomas Endicott talks about issues surrounding the canola crop at the Willamette Biomass Processors plant in Rickreall, Ore. Some farmers want to grow canola because it’s a profitable alternative to grass seed and wheat. Others who grow specialty vegetable seeds worry about contamination from canola.
This machine is used to crush canola and soy to make biofuel or food-grade canola oil.
Demand for biofuels is pushing some growers to seek to overturn a ban on growing canola, widely used in biofuels, in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

Canola pits biofuels vs. organics

Tomas Endicott talks about issues surrounding the canola crop at the Willamette Biomass Processors plant in Rickreall, Ore. Some farmers want to grow canola because it’s a profitable alternative to grass seed and wheat. Others who grow specialty vegetable seeds worry about contamination from canola.
This machine is used to crush canola and soy to make biofuel or food-grade canola oil.
Demand for biofuels is pushing some growers to seek to overturn a ban on growing canola, widely used in biofuels, in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
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