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Default MSU, partners in six states consider converting invasive plants to fuel

MSU, partners in six states consider converting invasive plants to fuel
October 06, 2010
By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service

MSU News Service - MSU, partners in six states consider converting invasive plants to fuel
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Invasive plants make life tougher for farmers and ranchers who live in the six headwater states of the Missouri River Basin, so why not turn the plants into fuel and make some money at the same time?
Russian olive and saltcedar alone could supply biomass far into the future, according to weed experts throughout the region.
Converting invasive plants to fuel is an intriguing idea that's being investigated by...
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