What is Bio-Diesel?

Bio-Diesel refers to a non-petroleum-based diesel fuel consisting of short chain alkyl (methyl or ethyl) esters, made by transesterification of vegetable oil, plant oil or animal fat (tallow), which can be used (alone, or blended with conventional petrodiesel) in unmodified diesel-engine vehicles.

The Technology of Micropropagation

Micropropagation, is a modern bio-technology technique, utilizing plant tissue culture to allow rapid, mass multiplication of plants.
The process of micropropagation takes place in a laboratory with aseptic environmental conditions. The propagules are grown in closed vessels, on artificial, sterile growing medium, in temperature and light controlled environment.
Typically the process is carried out in three consecutive stages:

Establishment Stage

A small explant of a selected mother plant is introduced into culture.

Multiplication Stage

Cultures of stage one are transferred to media specially designed to promote mass and fast multiplication.

Elongation &
Rooting Stage

Propagules from stage two are planted on rooting media designated to promote their elongation and rooting.

Our Israeli laboratory is only a couple months away to introduce their best solution for a

Low Cost Bio-Diesel

The Israeli laboratory has a proven track record in achieving the fast grow results by their successful use of Micropropagation.

We expect to produce more Bio-Diesel per hectare than any other crop has ever done.

Just check the Bio-G, our version of biomass which generates 4 times more fuel per hectare than any other biomass crops.

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The In Vitro product is a small plant that is soil, insect and disease free, and can be easily exported to countries with tight sanitary import regulations.

The strict control of the media’s composition and the rigid environmental conditions create an ideal multiplication surrounding. Consequently, comparing with the conventional techniques, a much higher multiplication rate is achieved.

Upon completion of the laboratory stages, an acclimatization (hardening) period follows. The small in vitro plants are transferred to special greenhouses in order to gradually expose them to lower humidity and higher levels of light. By the end of this stage the In Vivo plant is ready to be transferred into the nursery stage and thereafter – to be planted in the field.

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