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Overfertilizing Corn Undermines Ethanol


February 25, 2011

Carrie Masiello and Morgan Gallagher A new paper in today's online edition of the American Chemical Society's journal Environmental Science and Technology shows how farmers can save money on fertilizer, while they improve their production of feedstock for ethanol and alleviate damage to the environment. Full Story

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