Indian institute to plant sorghum variety for conversion to ethanol, animal feed

10/25/2004 | Science and Development Network

An Indian institute plans to plant a new form of cereal sorghum in the Philippines that can be converted to ethanol. After the ethanol is extracted, the sorghum can be used as animal feed. The SSH 104 sweet sorghum hybrid is considered easier to grow than sugar cane, another ethanol source, but requires only a fifth of the water required to grow the plants.

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