Best case for energy crops in Southeast or on marginal land

Energy crops may be best suited for planting on marginal land or in Southeastern states when compared to likely earnings from corn and soybeans, the two most widely grown U.S. crops, say two researchers from the University of Illinois. In an article in Choices magazine, Ruiqing Miao and Madhu Khanna say yields of miscanthus and switchgrass, two… » Read More

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