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Modern Concepts & Developments in Agronomy

Camelina sativa Biodiesel Cope the Burning Issue of Global Worming; Current Status and Future Predictions

Submission: January 06, 2019;Published: February 26, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/MCDA.2019.03.000573

ISSN: 2637-7659
Volume3 Issue5


Camelina sativa possesses high potential for biodiesel and ethanol production. It has more biodiesel potential per unit area of land than many other crops with minimum usage of inputs. This is very useful for effective spring moisture utilization. Biofuels appear to be a potential alternative “greener” energy substitute for fossil fuels. About 84% savings in GHG emissions were obtained with camelina jet fuel, compared with petroleum jet fuel. This shift from fossil fuels to biofuels has the potential to reduce global warming emissions, lessen the country’s dependence on petroleum import and create new jobs for rural and urban communities.

Keywords: Camelina; Biodiesel; Energy; Global warming; CO2 emission

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