N.D. researchers tout biofuel potential of energy beets

02/21/2013 | Bismarck Tribune (N.D.), The

Scientists at Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory in North Dakota say trials have shown energy beets grown on an acre of non-irrigated land doubles the amount of ethanol produced by corn on a comparable basis, and that figure increases on irrigated land. BeetsAll Biofuel, a partner in the project, aims to develop 16 energy beet processing facilities in North Dakota, with the first due to break ground in 2015, a company representative said.

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