Sweet potato better than corn for ethanol production
In experiments, sweet po tatoes grown in Maryland and Alabama yielded two to three times as much carbo hydrate for fuel ethanol pro duction as field corn grown in those states, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) sci entists report. The same was true of tropical cassava in Alabama.
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