University of Illinois and Colorado State University researchers find fuel and food increases in switch from corn production to perennial grasses on marginal lands

Growing perennial grasses? on the least productive farmland now used for corn ethanol production in the U.S. would result in higher overall corn yields, more ethanol output per acre and better groundwater quality, researchers report in a new study. The switch would also slash emissions of two potent greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide. Read more: http://news.illinois.edu/news/11/0712switch_EvanDeLucia.html.

Tue, 07/12/2011
Anerobic Digestion and Biogas

UW Extension have created seven modules focused on the use of anaerobic digestion technologies. Details of the process are introduced, as well as factors that influence start-up, operation and control of anaerobic digesters at different scales.

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Grassland buffers protect Wisconsin’s waterways from excess nutrient runoff from agriculture. Photo: Anonymous.