Scientists look to tobacco as a potential biofuel
Some researchers say an age-old cash crop long the focus of public health debate could be used to help solve the nation's energy crisis, by genetically modifying the tobacco leaf for use as a biofuel.
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#1 Mar 26, 2010
Well I'd rather keep on smoking it. Anthe way the government has already taxed it. It would cost taxpayers there other arm and leg to afford it
#2 Apr 24, 2010
Growing tobacco is VERY hard on the soil. It's not a cheap crop to grow.
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