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Ethanol from Sugar Cane, NOT Corn...Sully....Hello !

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in response to reader comment: The answer to your questions is in the article Ynnatchkah

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Mar 2, 2008 at 22:59

Well, AFA I know, Ethanol in the US is extracted from corn, whereas in Brazil, from Sugar Cane.

In Brazil, it has been doing excellently for more than 40 years. It is purer and better, technologically speaking, so your government by also knowing that not only it is better, but also cheaper and more viable, imposes huge taxes upon any Ethanol that may come from Brazil for example, just not to have it.

You said overturn.....hello....

It is very simple. When you have Ethanol, either by coming from Brazil or done by your production, upon Sugar Cane, NOT corn, then you will use much less Oil and then depend less on Islamic assets.

So, I'm talking about Ethanol extracted from SUGAR cane, NOT corn.

And, of course, implement such a technology in a more common basis upon SUGAR cane, to YOUR farmers.

And, FYI again, Ethanol extracted from Sugar Cane is far better superior...FAR BETTER SUPERIOR, than from Corn....

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