Williston Herald: What if a mustard seed could make jet fuel?

At least six thousand acres in western North Dakota and eastern Montana have been contracted by Canadian seed producer Agrisoma Biosciences to grow Brassica carinata, a type of mustard whose tiny seeds are crushed to produce jet fuel. The company hopes farmers in the MonDak will like the crop enough to ramp up production toward a goal of 50,000 acres planted in the U.S. next year…

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