Dryland Performance of Sweet Sorghum and Grain Crops for Biofuel in Nebraska

@inproceedings{Wortmann2010DrylandPO,
  title={Dryland Performance of Sweet Sorghum and Grain Crops for Biofuel in Nebraska},
  author={Charles Stephen Wortmann and Adam J. Liska and Richard B. Ferguson and Drew Jay Lyon and Robert N. Klein and Ismail M Dweikat},
  year={2010}
}
ABSTRACT Sweet sorghum [SS; Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is a potential biofuel crop for the Great Plains. Sweet sorghum was compared with corn [ Zea mays (L.)] and grain sorghum for potential ethanol yield, energy use effi ciency, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emis-sions at seven dryland site-years in Nebraska. Seasonal rainfall ranged from approximately 340 to 660 mm. Soils were deep with medium texture at all site-years. Th e eff ects of seeding rate, N rate, and cultivar on SS performance were… CONTINUE READING

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