Wheat stubble as potential biofuel source

02/13/2007 | SeattlePI.com

Alternative energy experts say wheat stubble, like switch grass and corn stalks, could be used to make cellulosic ethanol. Some farmers are hesitant about the use of crop residue for fuel before the technology is fully developed. However, Biotechnology Industry Organization's Paul Winters said, "There is a huge misconception that we are still five years away from developing this fuel. We have it now, today, and it works."

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