Perennial Biomass Grasses and the Mason–Dixon Line: Comparative Productivity across Latitudes in the Southern Great Plains

@article{Kiniry2012PerennialBG,
  title={Perennial Biomass Grasses and the Mason–Dixon Line: Comparative Productivity across Latitudes in the Southern Great Plains},
  author={James R. Kiniry and L. C. Anderson and M. V. Johnson and Kathrine D. Behrman and Melinda Brakie and David Burner and R. L. Cordsiemon and Philip A Fay and Felix B. Fritschi and James H. Houx and C. Hawkes and Thomas E Juenger and Jan Kaiser and Timothy H. Keitt and John Lloyd-Reilley and Souguir Maher and Raymond Raper and Alexander Scott and Alan Shadow and Chris West and Yanqi Wu and L. M. Zibilske},
  journal={BioEnergy Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={276-291}
}
Understanding latitudinal adaptation of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) and Miscanthus (Miscanthus × giganteus J. M. Greef & Deuter ex Hodk. & Renvoize) to the southern Great Plains is key to maximizing productivity by matching each grass variety to its optimal production environment. The objectives of this study were: (1) to quantify latitudinal variation in production of representative upland switchgrass ecotypes (Blackwell, Cave-in-Rock, and Shawnee), lowland switchgrass ecotypes (Alamo… CONTINUE READING
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