Texas scientists say biotech sorghum more efficient for ethanol

Texas scientists have what they believe could be a more efficient, economical substitute for corn in producing ethanol in the U.S. -- a biotech sorghum. Texas A&M University researchers said the sorghum they developed extends the growing season for the crop, now popular in feedstock, and it is better than corn to grow in drier parts of the country, such as the South and Southeast.

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