Are Bioenergy Crops Riskier than Corn? Implications for Biomass Price

@inproceedings{Miao2013AreBC,
  title={Are Bioenergy Crops Riskier than Corn? Implications for Biomass Price},
  author={Ruiqing Miao and Monika Khanna},
  year={2013}
}
Dedicated energy crops are considered promising sources of biomass for producing advanced biofuels because of their potential to provide high yields of biofuels per unit of land even if grown on land that has low productivity for producing conventional crops and with low chemical input application. These crops can also sequester more soil carbon per unit of land than conventional crops and lead to considerably large savings in life-cycle greenhouse emissions relative to oil while reducing soil… CONTINUE READING