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Warm-Season Grass Binary Mixtures for Biomass in the Northeast

05 Mar 2019 2:56 PM | Patricia Ellingwood (Administrator)

Over five million acres of marginal agricultural land in the Northeast USA are no longer in use and have great opportunities for grass biomass production, although environmental or other supplemental compensation may be required for profitable production on low-yielding marginal land. Warm season grasses are considered a viable herbaceous second generation biofuel feedstock but are better suited to marginally productive cropland Future selection through breeding should have a significant focus on low-input types of environments. Read more...


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