• 05 Jun 2016 5:58 PM | Urs Eggimann (Administrator)

    Switchgrass can be productive with relatively little fertilizing, compared to other crops.  Research in Michigan demonstrates that excessive nitrogen rates could negatively offset the environmental benefits of switchgrass production.

    Read article in MSU Today

  • 22 Apr 2016 9:31 AM | Patricia Ellingwood (Administrator)

  • 28 Feb 2016 12:18 PM | Urs Eggimann (Administrator)

    Prior to farmers settling in the Midwestern United States and planting crops, there were extensive root systems of prairie grasses (including the strong-stemmed and tall switchgrass species) which enriched the soil, creating millions of acres of top-quality farmland. 

    Read full article: Genetic Diversity Enhances Productivity Yields of Switchgrass

  • 19 Feb 2016 2:33 PM | Urs Eggimann (Administrator)

    Article in Biomass Magazine: Biomass sugar plant in Ontario

    More information of Comet Biorefining

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