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    Thursday, January 18, 2018

    Where Next-Gen Biofuels Will Work

    New study shows producers where and how to grow cellulosic biofuel crops

    January 16, 2018 (Science Daily)

    “…[The cellulosic biofuel] industry is still growing at a modest pace…[but] producers have had to rely on incomplete information and unrealistic, small-scale studies in guiding their decisions about which feedstocks to grow, and where…[Biomass production of herbaceous energy crops in the United States: field trial results and yield potential maps from the multiyear regional feedstock partnership evaluates] the bioenergy potential of switchgrass, Miscanthus, sorghum, energycane, and prairie mixtures in long-term trials spanning a wide geographical area…Crops were grown for five to seven years in multiple locations and with varying levels of nitrogen fertilizer…[Research] found that they all benefitted from at least some nitrogen…[and] although most of the crops are somewhat drought-tolerant, precipitation made a difference…No one feedstock ‘won’ across the board…[T]he greatest yield potentials for lowland switchgrass varieties are in the lower Mississippi valley and the Gulf coast states, whereas Miscanthus and prairie mixture yields are likely to be greatest in the upper Midwest…Energycane could reach very high yields, but in a relatively limited portion of the country…” click here for more

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