On November 4, 2008, Prof. Gary Strobel at the Department of Plant Sciences, Montana State University, will publish the details of a new discovery in the world of microbiology that may revolutionize the diesel fuel industry.
Two weeks ago Strobel briefly alluded to his discovery on The History Channel series Mega Structures, in an episode called Molds and Fungi, that he’s discovered a fungi that produces diesel fuel for which he’s coined the new term “Mycodiesel”.
Hemp4Fuel.com is tracking Strobel’s story and will have his study, to be published in Microbiology, available for immediate download on November 4. In light of this new discovery, we have also dedicated a news category on this website to the new “mycodiesel” industry.
Don’t miss this publication’s release right here on Hemp4fuel.com
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