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Agave Project Presentation

by Biofuels/bioproducts producer at Agave Project on Jan 31, 2009

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Agave as feedstock for biofuels, bioproducts and biopower.

Agave as feedstock for biofuels, bioproducts and biopower.

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  • Proyectoagaves Arturo Velez check your mail... 1 year ago
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  • jettmaunahan Jett Maunahan at Malayan Colleges Laguna (official) sir my email address is jett_maunahan@yahoo.com, in case you didn't receive my mail. thank you very much 1 year ago
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  • jettmaunahan Jett Maunahan at Malayan Colleges Laguna (official) @Proyectoagaves Thank you very much sir. I have already sent you an email. Sir may I ask if what is the average bagasse composition in the agave plant. thank you sir. 1 year ago
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  • Proyectoagaves Arturo Velez Jett, send me an email and I'll send you the chemical composition AND THE LCA ON ENERGY AND GHG FOR AGAVE-TO-ETHANOL, published by the universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Sydney.
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  • jettmaunahan Jett Maunahan at Malayan Colleges Laguna (official) good day sir... one part of the thesis that I am having is the material balance regarding the production....do you have a data regarding the physical and chemical compositions of the blue agave plant... this will be helpful in solving the material balance part of our thesis... thank you very much 1 year ago
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  • jettmaunahan Jett Maunahan at Malayan Colleges Laguna (official) thank you sir. considering the time of growth of agave, how can you sustain or protect its growth until 6 years. if I were to plant only agave is there any part of the plant that gives us additional income every year. 1 year ago
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  • Proyectoagaves Arturo Velez Jett, in order for participants to start getting some revenew from year one, we are intercropping agave with opuntia (prickly pear). Opuntia is an excellent feedstock for ethanol and biogas production. A yield of over ten thousand gallons of ethanol per hectare per year can be attained, just with opuntia. The cost of generating electricity with (opuntia biogas) per MMBTU is just US$2 (natural gas cost per MMBTU is currently US$3.50). This way everyone will be happy! 1 year ago
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  • jettmaunahan Jett Maunahan at Malayan Colleges Laguna (official) Thank you sir for the article that you have given. considering the years of harvesting the agave it take 6 years which is quite long compared to corn and sugar cane... how do you ensure the proper growth of the plant because of its long growth life....is there a possibility having a source of income without waiting for the six years? 1 year ago
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  • Proyectoagaves Arturo Velez Please, read this article: http://www.organicprocessing.com/opjs06/opjs06inulinfacts.htm
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  • jettmaunahan Jett Maunahan at Malayan Colleges Laguna (official) Good day sir... thank you again for your reply... I have seen in your presentation that agave can be a substitute to a table sugar, how is it differs from the sugar produced from sugar cane. thank you :D 1 year ago
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