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  • Grasses have potential as alternate ethanol crop,Illinois study finds

    Illinois professors Atul Jain, left, and Madhu Khanna studied geographic yield and breakeven costs for producing large grasses as a bioenergy crop in the Midwestern United States.

    Illinois professors Atul Jain, left, and Madhu Khanna studied geographic yield and breakeven costs for producing large grasses as a bioenergy crop in the Midwestern United States.

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  • Editor's note: To contact Atul Jain, call 217-333-2128; e-mail jain1@illinois.edu. To contact Madhu Khanna, call 217-333-5176; e-mail khanna1@illinois.edu. The paper, “An Integrated Biogeochemical and Economic Analysis of Bioenergy crops in the Midwestern United States,” is available online.