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biofuel crops
2014-08-11 03:00:12

If the hottest new plant grown as a biofuel crop is approved based solely on its greenhouse gas emission profile, its potential as the next invasive species may not be discovered until it’s too late.

2013-06-24 23:17:44

Scientists from the Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) are among those participating in the Aquatic Plant Management Society's annual meeting. Lawrence,

2011-06-15 09:30:00

Revised rules will help prevent future infestations of non-native invasive insects, diseases, and plants ARLINGTON, Va., June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S.

2009-05-21 08:00:00

DESTINY, Fla., May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Destiny, Florida, America's first eco-sustainable city, has announced the relaunch of its website, www.destinyflorida.com, to better reflect its commitment to economic stability and environmental preservation. As detailed on the new website, Destiny, Florida will be a forward-thinking community operating with minimal impact on the environment, and a hub where the latest clean technology innovations will emerge. "We are very excited about the launch of...

2009-04-21 07:30:00

JATROPHA, CAMELINA AND ARUNDO DONAX TO BE STUDIED FOR FUTURE FUEL SOURCES DESTINY, Fla., April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Sustainable Energy Farm at Destiny, Florida, America's first eco-sustainable city, has planted new biomass crops including jatropha, camelina, and new hybrids of sweet sorghum, which will be studied for future renewable energy and alternative fuel sources, announced Anthony V.

2008-06-13 09:00:22

BASF Professional Vegetation Management (ProVM) is excited to announce that Clearcast(R) herbicide has received full label approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

2008-05-21 06:10:00

Second-generation biofuel plantations growing jatropha, a genus of succulents, have sprung up all over Africa. In the United States and Europe, plans abound to grow crops like switch grass and giant reed for energy and fuels.

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