Friday, April 04, 2008

Study shows switchgrass may be better than corn for ethanol

Switchgrass can be grown in many places and on many soils unsuitable for the major food crops such as corn. It also requires less irrigation. It is generally not irrigated, even in areas much too dry for growing most row crops without irrigation. This new study uncovers still more advantages of switchgrass:
Radio Iowa: Nebraska professor says switchgrass beats corn ethanol in several ways

No comments: