News Release 06-171
Mixed Prairie Grasses Better Source of Biofuel Than Corn Ethanol and Soybean Biodiesel
Fuels made from prairie biomass reduce carbon dioxide levels in atmosphere
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Mixed prairie grasses have emerged as a leader in the quest to produce biofuels.
Credit: Cedar Creek LTER Site
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