Researchers from the University of Florida have been developing a way that will turn three sorghum varieties developed by the school's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences into up to 1,000 gallons of ethanol per acre. Harvested sorghum's sugar-rich juice is fermented into ethanol, while the dry, pulpy residue is processed to become an additional source of fermentable sugars.
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