Bothaville's stress on maize and sunflowers additionally created it the foremost possible candidate for the primary ethanol plant within the country. Following the government's White Paper banning the assembly of fuel ethanol from maize, the ability developed a replacement method of extracting biofuel through cellulosic conversion of a perennial grass - a non-food, renewable supply.
This pilot plant and project, developed by Grasoline, claims no harm to the setting, though the grass, considered an invasive species within the US - where it currently consumes over three hundred 000 hectares of land within the Mississippi delta - questionably grows on land formerly used for growing food crops.
Bothaville lies on the banks of the Vals River and is, on the entire, a peaceful very little city given to displays of heat welcome from its inhabitants, whose generous sort of hospitality is typical of the region. It is a city within which to sit back, relax and do very little aside from fish, swim and sail the odd boat. There are many historical buildings of note value visiting too, like the oldest building alittle three-room sandstone affair that originally served because the town's police station, in President Street engineered.