Sorghum advocates tout potential for ethanol production

03/4/2010 | Agriculture.com

As much as one-third of U.S. grain sorghum will go toward ethanol production in the near future as the technology improves, according to John Ashworth of the National Bioenergy Center. Speaking to the National Sorghum Producers Association at the Commodity Classic in Anaheim, Calif., Ashworth said the center is working to refine an enzyme-based process for breaking down lignin in sorghum to boost ethanol output.

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