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Corn crop residue may make ethanol

Issue Date: February 27, 2013

Corn crop residues are often left on harvested fields to protect soil quality, but they could become an important raw material in cellulosic ethanol production. U.S. Department of Agriculture research indicates that soil quality would not decline if post-harvest corn cob residues were removed from fields.

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