Producers in Texas turn to cellulosic ethanol

12/26/2007 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Biofuel producers in Texas are turning to alternative crops, such as sorghum and switchgrass, to produce cellulose-based ethanol that can reduce reliance on corn, which is often linked to rising food prices. The state is expected to supply feedstocks for production of cellulosic ethanol, which could be available within five years, the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station's associate director said.

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