Miscanthus as a Feedstock for Bioenergy in the Southeast

Mike Jacobson; Leslie Boby; Bill Hubbard; and Connor McDonald

and Environmental Management

1606-SREF-BE-009.pdf — PDF document, 998Kb

 Giant miscanthus has strong potential to be grown as a biomass feedstock for use as a biofuel across the southeastern United States. As the bioenergy industry continues to grow, this grass will provide another option in the biomass to bioenergy profile. This factsheet covers basic details regarding giant miscanthus growth, production and yield for bioenergy in the southeast.

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