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Press Release 14-007
There's more to biofuel production than yield

Focusing solely on yield comes at a high price

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mixed prairie in the U.S. Midwest.

Early morning in a big bluestem-dominated mixed prairie in the U.S. Midwest.

Credit: Carolyn Malmstrom, MSU


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Switchgrass harvest on the field at NSF's Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) LTER site in Michigan.

Switchgrass harvest for research at NSF's Kellogg Biological Station LTER site in Michigan.

Credit: Julie Doll, MSU


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Three students collecting plant biomass samples in the field

Collecting plant biomass samples at the NSF KBS LTER mixed prairie research site.

Credit: Kurt Stepnitz, MSU


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Ecologists empty bee bowls used to sample for pollinators in the field

Ecologists empty bee bowls used to sample for pollinators.

Credit: Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin-Madison


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Field researcher checks insect sticky traps for insects

Field researcher checks insect "sticky traps."

Credit: Kurt Stepnitz, MSU


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Scientist collecting insect samples at the KBS LTER site.

Scientists collect insect samples at the KBS LTER site.

Credit: Kurt Stepnitz, MSU


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