Friday, December 18, 2015

[biofuelwatch] Nevada researchers look to gumweed as military aviation biofuel feedstock





University of Nevada researchers are investing gumweed, which grows by the roadside, as a potential military aviation biofuel. It is claimed that gumweed requires minimal water and fertilizer resources and does not compete with food or animal feed and that up tp 122 gallons of biofuel can be produced per acre. The project has received a $500,000 grant from USDA.


University of Nevada researchers look to gumweed as military aviation biofuel feedstock : Biofuels Digest




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