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UC: Biofuel crop could grow without becoming invasive

Issue Date: April 24, 2013

Switchgrass, a leading candidate among crops grown for biofuel, has many qualities in common with other perennial grasses that are invasive, but researchers at the University of California, Davis, say it is unlikely to become a significant problem in the state, even with widescale production, if certain steps are taken to mitigate risks.

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