The Global Exchange for Social Investment (GEXSI) has projected that worldwide cultivation of jatropha will increase from 2.2 million acres in 2009 to 28.2 million acres by 2015. The group said that it expects Indonesian cultivation will increase to 11 million acres by 2015, with India increasing cultivation to 4.4 million acres. The Philippines was projected to be the third-ranked country with 2.2 million acres. The group said that 70 percent of cultivation would be in Asia, and projected a yield of 125 gallons per acre (manual harvest).