By John Farndon
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FUELs from PLANTS Biofuels made from plants are renewable fuels, because we can grow more plants to replace the ones we use. Biofuels can be made by converting the sugar and starch in crops such as corn and sugar cane into ethanol, or by converting soybean, rapeseed, flaxseed, and other plant oils into biodiesel. Methanol can be produced from wood and farm waste. However, we consume so much oil that for biofuel to make a real impact, vast swathes of extra land would have to be plowed up to grow biofuel crops.
Oil (DK Eyewitness Books) by John Farndon