Bismark Tribune: Farmers harvest jet fuel

Farmers in Western North Dakota planted their first 6,000 acres of carinata, a variety of mustard seed and alternative crop to canola that can be made into a biofuel.

“Yields are looking pretty good,” said Garret Groves, of Canadian seed producer Agrisoma Biosciences. “We’ve had some stuff we’re really happy with, and we’ve had some stuff that’s been OK.”

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