Engineering, nutrient removal, and feedstock conversion evaluations of four corn stover harvest scenarios

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Crop residue has been identified as a near-term source of biomass for renewable f ~ ~ e l , heat, power, chemicals and other bio-materials. A prototype one-pass harvest system was used to collect residue samples from a corn (Zea mays L.) field near Ames, IA. Four harvest scenarios (low cut, high-cut top, high-cut bottom, and normal cut) were evaluated and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hoskinson2017EngineeringNR, title={Engineering, nutrient removal, and feedstock conversion evaluations of four corn stover harvest scenarios}, author={Reed L. Hoskinson and Douglas L. Karlen and Stuart J. Birrell and Corey W. Radtke and Wally W. Wilhelm and Stuart J. Birrellc and Corey W. Radtker}, year={2017} }