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therefore also have valuable environmental benefits by acting as absorbing disposal areas for waste water and some industrial effluents) Furthermore, Miscanthus seems to grow well in most soil conditions (bar thin droughty soils) but appears to thrive within areas which are currently best-suited to maize production The advantages of Miscanthus as an energy crop are that it multiplies very rapidly, has a high yield which is relatively dry and can be harvested annually (from its second season onward) compared with every 2 to 4 years for short rotation coppice Further advantages are that miscanthus can be grown and harvested with existing farm machinery; it requires little or no pesticide/fertilizer input after establishment and the harvest can use the same infrastructure for storage and transport as short rotation coppice Finally, Miscanthus has a similar calorific value per unit weight as wood and therefore could possibly be used in the same power plant or those designed for agricultural residues
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913 Reed Canary Grass Reed canary grass is a robust C3 perennial grass, widely distributed across temperate regions of Europe, Asia, and also North America It usually grows in damp areas This rhizonous grass can grow up to 6 ft in height and usually flowers in June and July Reed canary grass is usually harvested once per year either by mowing or baling using a high density baler Crop duration of 10 years or more may be possible Due to its low moisture content, canary grass (those harvested in spring) can be easily converted to pellets, briquettes, and powder The advantages of reed canary grass as an energy crop are its good adaptation to cool temperate climates and poor wet soil conditions and, conversely, its ability to withstand drought Crucially, for the purposes of biomass production, reed canary grass is also able to attain high dry matter content earlier than Miscanthus The crop responds well to nitrogen and phosphate and it may be used in a bed system to remove nutrients from waste water, as well as to stabilize areas at risk of soil erosion
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914 Cordgrass Cordgrasses are perennial grasses from Western Europe, Africa, and North America They are pioneer colonists of muddy coastal salt flats, spreading by means of rhizomes to form clumps and mats which help to reduce erosion and reclaim land from the sea Cordgrasses are expected to be able to produce good yields of biomass in poor soil conditions
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915 Switchgrass The utilization of energy crops such as switchgrass (Panicum virgatum, L, Poaceae) is a concept with great relevance to current ecologic and economic issues on a global scale Development of a significant national capacity to utilize perennial forage crops, such as switchgrass as biofuels, could provide an important new source of energy from perennial cropping systems, which are compatible with conventional farming practices, would help reduce degradation of agricultural soils, lower national dependence on foreign oil supplies, and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and toxic pollutants to the atmosphere (McLaughlin, 1997) Switchgrass is a perennial sod-forming grass with thick strong stems The advantages of switchgrass as an energy crop are that it is fast-growing, remarkably adaptable, and highyielding Further advantages of switchgrass are that it can be harvested, using conventional
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equipment, either annually or semiannually for 10 years or more before replanting is needed and that it is able to reach deep into the soil for water and use water very efficiently Switchgrass is a sod-forming, warm season grass, which combines good forage attributes and soil conservation benefits typical of perennial grasses (Moser and Vogel, 1995) Switchgrass was an important part of the native, highly productive North American tallgrass prairie (Weaver, 1968; Risser et al, 1981) While the original tallgrass prairies have been severely reduced by cultivation of prairie soils, remnant populations of switchgrass are still widely distributed geographically within North America Switchgrass tolerates diverse growing conditions, ranging from arid sites in the shortgrass prairie to brackish marshes and open woods The range of switchgrass extends from Quebec to Central America Two major ecotypes of switchgrass occur, a thicker stemmed lowland type better adapted to warmer, moister habitats of its southern range, and a finer stemmed upland type, more typical of mid to northern areas (Vogel et al, 1985) The ecologic diversity of switchgrass can be attributed to three principal characteristics, genetic diversity associated with its open pollinated reproductive mode, a very deep, well-developed rooting system, and efficient physiologic metabolism In the southern range, switchgrass can grow to more than 3 m in height, but what is most distinctive is the deep, vigorous root system, which may extend to depths of more than 35 m (Weaver, 1968) It reproduces both by seeds and vegetatively and, with its perennial life form, a stand can last indefinitely once established Standing biomass in root systems may exceed that found aboveground (Shiflet and Darby, 1985), giving perennial grasses such as switchgrass, an advantage in water and nutrient aquisition even under stressful growing conditions Physiologically, switchgrass, like maize, is a C4 species, fixing carbon by multiple metabolic pathways with a high water use efficiency (Moss et al, 1969; Koshi et al, 1982) In general C4 plants such as grasses will produce 30 percent more food per unit of water than C3 species such as trees and broadleaved crops and grasses and are well adapted to the more arid production areas of the mid-western United States where growth is more limited by moisture supply Besides showing great promise as an energy crop for energy production, switchgrass also restores vital organic nutrients to farmed-out soils and with its extensive network of stems and roots (the plants extend nearly as far below ground as above), it is also a valuable soil stabilization plant
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916 Reed Plants Reed plants are a potentially prolific producer of biomass, capable of yielding 20 to 25 t/ha of dry matter annually for a number of years They can grow up to 6 m, are spread by means of stout rhizomes and stolons, and are commonly found in swampy ground and shallow water throughout temperate and subtropical areas
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917 Jerusalem Artichoke The high-fructose syrups that can be derived from the tubers produced by the Jerusalem artichoke may be used for the production of ethanol and other industrial raw materials Jerusalem artichokes also produce a large amount of top growth which may also prove to be a useful source of biomass for energy purposes
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918 Sorghum Sorghum is an annual tropical grass with large genetic variation that is a crop with the potential for energy production Sweet sorghum has been selected for its sugar content and
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