Jatropha has many
Jatropha does not compete with food like biofuel stocks such as corn or sugar cane.
The oil is inedible. It can be extracted with a simple cold press method.
A mechanical harvester is available, call for more information.
Planting 700 trees per acre, pruned to a maximum height of 10 feet, the yield will be close to 1000+ gallons of raw oil per acre per year.
The high quality seeds or seedlings from Agri-fuel Feedstocks
can help you realize that sort of production from your acerage.
Fertilizer helps produce the largest crops, and the plants grow best in sandy loam that is well drained.
Jatropha grows in tropical and sub-tropical areas, and is a hardy perennial.