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Farmers in the United States sometimes plant switchgrass as a border crop. But could this tall grass lower the nation’s dependence on foreign oil? The department of the energy plants to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to help produce fuels from the materials that are not part of the food’s supply.
Growing corn or maize for fuel has raised concerns above the supply and cost of corn available for food and animal fee. Fuel made from switchgrass or forestry waste like / is known as / ethanol..
Department officials say it contains more energy and produces fewer green house gases than ethanol made from corn. Switchgrass is also easier to grow.
Last month, the procedings of the national academy of scientings published a study of switchgrass grow on low quality land. Government scientist / was the lead author. The study says the switchgrass produced five times more energy than was needed to grow it. Also it says switchgrass over its life time from crop to fuel produces much less carbon compare to gasoline.
Fossil fuels like oil take carbon from the ground and release it as waste gas when the fuel is burned. Biofuels like corn and // ethanol also produce green house gases through growing crops are making the fuel.
The defferences are the biofuels remove carbon from the / / through the growth of the feeds / , the material for the fuel. Sicence magazine just published two studies of biofuels and the hit traping gases. The scientists link to clime changes. One of the reports notes that most studies have found that substituting biofuels for gasoline will reduce green house gases, but it says the earlier studies fail to count the carbon released into the / /. As farmers worldwide react to higher prices. They are clearing forests and grass lands to make way for new crop land to replace the grain used for biofuels. Doing so can release much of the carbon stored in the plants and soil and sacrifice future storage.
The study found that corn based ethanol could increase green house gases for years from land use change and it found that biofuels from switchgrass if grow on american corn land could also increas / though by less.
The study team led by / at Princeton university says the result shows that value of using waste product for fuel, the other reports says carbon savings depend on how biofuels are produced.
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Farmers in the United States sometimes plant switch grass as a border crop, but could this tall grass lower the nation's dependency on foreign oil? The Department of Energy plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollors to help preduce fuels from materials that are not part of the food supply. Growing corn or maize for fuel has raised concerns above the supply and cost of corn availabe for food and animal feed. Fuel made from switch grass or forest waste like Soudas is known as Seliulosic ethanol, Department officials say it contains more egergy and produce fewer green house gases than ethanol made from corn. Switch grass is also easier to grow.

Last month, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published a study of switch grass grown on low quality land, government scientist Can Guogo was the leader often. The study says the switch grass produce five times more energy than was needed to grow it. Also it says swicth grass over its life time from crop to fuel produces much less carbon compared to gasoline. Farsole fuels like oil take carbon from ground and release it as waste gas when the fuel is burn. Bio-fuels like corn and Saliuosic athanol also produce green house gases through growing crops and making the fuel. The difference is the bio-fuels remove carbon from the atmosphere through the growth of the feed stock, the material for the fuel.

Science Magazine just published two studies of bio-fuels and heat triping gases that scientistes link to climate change. One of reports notes that most studies have found that substituting bio-fuels for gasoline will reduce green house gases, but it says the ealier studies fail to cut carbon released into the atmosphere as farmers worldwide react to higher prices. There are clean forestes and grasslands to make way for new crop land to replace the grain used for bio-fuels. Doing so can release much of carbon stored in the plants and soil, and secrofice future storage. The study found that corn based athanol could increase green house gases for years from land use change. And it found bio-fuels from switch grass if grown on American corn land could also increase immissions though buy less. The study team led by T.S. at Princeton University says the result shows the value of using waste products for fuel. The other reports says carbon savings depend on how bio-fuels are produced.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Farmers in the United States sometimes plant switchgrass as a border crop. But could this tall grass lower the nation's dependence on foreign oil? The Department of /the/ Energy plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to help produce fuels from /the/ materials that are not part of the food's supply.

Growing corn or maize for fuel has raised concerns above the supply and cost of corn available for food and animal feed. Fuel made from switchgrass or forestry waste like sawdust is known as cellulosic ethanol. Department officials say it contains more energy and produces fewer greenhouse gases than ethanol made from corn. Switchgrass is also easier to grow.

Last month, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published a study of switchgrass grown on low quality land. Government scientist Ken Vogel was the lead author. The study says the switchgrass produced five times more energy than was needed to grow it. Also it says switchgrass over its lifetime from crop to fuel produces much less carbon compare to gasoline.

Fossil fuels like oil take carbon from the ground and release it as waste gas when the fuel is burned. Biofuels like corn and cellulosic ethanol also produce greenhouse gases through growing crops are making the fuel. The differences that biofuels remove carbon from the atmosphere through the growth of the feedstock, the material for the fuel.

Science magazine just published two studies of biofuels and the heat traping gases that scientists link to climate change/. One of the reports notes that most studies have found that substituting biofuels for gasoline will reduce greenhouse gases, but it says the earlier studies failed to count the carbon released into the atmosphere as farmers worldwide react to higher prices. They are clearing forests and grasslands to make way for new cropland to replace the grain used for biofuels. Doing so can release much of the carbon stored in the plants and soil and sacrifice future storage.

The study found that corn based ethanol could increase greenhouse gases for years from land use change and it found that biofuels from switchgrass if grow on American cornland could also increase emissions though by less.

The study team led by Timothy Searchinger at Princeton University says the result shows the value of using waste products for fuel. The other reports says carbon savings depend on how biofuels are produced.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report written by Jerilyn Watson.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report

Farms in the United Sates sometimes plant switchgrass as a border crop but could this tall gross lower the Nations dependence on foreign oil?

The department of energy plans to invest hundreds of millions dollars to help produce fuels from materials that are not part of food supply. Growing corn or maize for fuel has raise concerns about the supply and cost of corn available for food and animal feed.

Fuel made from Switchgrass or forestry waste like sawdust is known as cellulosic ethanol. Department official say it contains more energy and produces few green house gases than ethanol made from the corn. Switchgrass is also easier to grow.

Last month the proceedings of national academic of sciences published a study of Switchgrass grown on lower quality land. Government scientist Kan.Worgol was the leader author. The study says the switchgrass produced 5 times more energy than was needed to grow it, also it says Switchgrass over its life time from crop to fuel produces much less carbon compare to gasoline. Fossil fuels like oil take carbon from the ground and released a waste gas when the fuel is burned. While fuels like corn and cellulosic ethanol also produce green house gases through growing crops and making the fuel.

The differences that biofuels remove carbon from the atmosphere through the growth of feedstock the material for the fuel. Science magazine just published two studies of biofuels and hit trapping gases that scientists link to climate change. One of the reports notes that most studies have found that substituting biofuel for gasoline will reduce green houses gases. But it said the early studies failed to count the carbon released into the atmosphere as farmers worldwild react to high prices, they are cleaning forests and grass lands to make way for new crop land to replace the green used for bio-fuels, doing so can released much of carbon stored in the plans and soil and sacrifice future storage.

The study found that corn bears ethanol could increase green house gases for years from land use change and it found the biofuel from switchgrass if grown on American cornland could also increase emissions though by less. The study team led by Temty.Seachinge at Prinston University says the result shows the value of using waste products for fuel. The other reports says carbon savings depend on how biofuels are produced.

And that is the VOA Special English Agriculture Reports written by Jerrolen Warson
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report

Farms in the United Sates sometimes plant switchgrass as a border crop but could this tall gross lower the Nations dependence on foreign oil?

The department of energy plans to invest hundreds of millions dollars to help produce fuels from materials that are not part of food supply. Growing corn or maize for fuel has raise concerns about the supply and cost of corn available for food and animal feed.

Fuel made from switchgrass or forestry waste like sawdust is known as cellulosic ethanol. Department official say it contains more energy and produces few green house gases than ethanol made from the corn. Switchgrass is also easier to grow.

Last month the proceedings of national academic of sciences published a study of Switchgrass grown on lower quality land. Government scientist K.W. was the leader author. The study says the switchgrass produced five times more energy than was needed to grow it, also it says Switchgrass over its life time from crop to fuel produces much less carbon compare to gasoline. Fossil fuels like oil take carbon from the ground and release it as a waste gas when the fuel is burned. While fuels like corn and cellulosic ethanol also produce green house gases through growing crops and making the fuel.

The differences that biofuels remove carbon from the atmosphere through the growth of feedstock the material for the fuel. Science magazine just published two studies of biofuels and hit trapping gases that scientists link to climate change. One of the reports notes that most studies have found that substituting biofuel for gasoline will reduce green houses gases. But it said the early studies failed to count the carbon released into the atmosphere as farmers worldwild react to high prices, they are cleaning forests and grass lands to make way for new crop land to replace the green used for bio-fuels, doing so can released much of carbon stored in the plans and soil and sacrifice future storage.
The study found that corn based ethanol could increase green house gases for years from land use change and it found the biofuel from switchgrass if grown on American cornland could also increase emissions though by less. The study team led by Temty.Seachinge at Prinston University says the result shows the value of using waste products for fuel. The other reports says carbon savings depend on how biofuels are produced.
And that is the VOA Special English Agriculture Reports written by Jerrolen Warson
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This is the VOA SE English Agriculture Report .

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And that is the VOA SE English Agriculture Report .
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VOA special English Agriculture report.
Farmers in the United States sometimes plant switchgrass as a border crop, but could this tall grass lower the nations dependence on foreign oil? But the department of energy planes to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to help produce fuels from materials that are not part of the food supply. Growing corn or maize for fuel has raised concerns about the supply and cost of corn available for food and animal feed. Fuel made from swirchgrass or forest/ waste like sodas is known as S A. The department officials say it contain more energy and produces fewer greenhouse gases that ethanol made from corn. Switchgrass is also easier to grow. Last month, the proceeding of the national academy of sciences published a study of switchgrass grow on low quality land. Government scientist C.V was the lead author.
The study says the switchgrass produce 5 times more energy than was needed to grow it also it says switch grass over its life time from crop to fuel produces much less carbon compared to gasoline. Fossil fuels like oil take carbon from the ground and released it as waste gas when the fuel is burn. While fuels like corn and s/ ethanol also produce greenhouse gases through growing crops and making the fuel. The differance is the biofuels remove carbon from the atmosphere through the growth of the feed stack the material for the fuel. Science magazine just published tow studies of biofuels and heat t/ gases that scientists link to climate change. One of the reports notes that most studies have found that substuding biofuels for gasoline will reduce greenhouse gases. But it says the earlier studies fail to count the carbon released to the atmosphere as farmers worldwild why react to higher prices. They are clearing forests and grasslands to make way for now crap land to replace the green used for biofuels. Doing so can release much of the carbon stored in the plants and soil and sacrifise future storerage. The study found corn based ethanol could increase greenhouse gases for years from land use change. And they found the biofuels from switchgrass if grown on American corn land could also increase emissions though by less.
The study team led by T.surgen at P. University says the result shows the value of using waste products for fuel. The other reports says carbon saving depend on how biofuels produced.

And that's the VOA special agriculture report written by J.W.
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VOA Special English Agricultural Report

Farmers in Unite States sometimes plant switchgrass as a border crop. But could this tall grass lower the nation's dependence on foreign oil. But the Department of Energy plans to invest hundreds of million of dollars to help produce fuels from materials that are not part of the food supply. Growing corn or maize for fuel has raise concerns above the supply and cost of corn of avaiable for food and animal feed.

Fuel made from switchgrass or forestry waste like sawdust is know as cellulosic ethanol. Department official say it contains more energy and produces fewer green house gases than ethlord made from corn. Switchgrass is also eaiser to grow. Last month, the proceedings of the National Academy of Scientists published a study of switchgrass grown on no quality land. Government scientist Ken Vogel was the leader of them. The study says the switchgrass produce 5 times more energy than was need to grow it.

Also it says switchgrass over its life time from crop to fuel produces much less carbon compare to gasoline. Fossil fuel like oil take carbon from the ground and release as waste gas when the fuel was burn. Bio-fuels like corn and cellulosic ethanol also produce green house gases though growing crops and making the fuel. The difference the bio-fuels remove carbon from the atmosphere through the growth of the feedstock, the material for fuel.

Science magazine just published two studies of bio-fuels and the heat trapping gases that scientists link to climate change. One of the reports notes that most studies have found that substituting bio-fuels for gasoline will reduce green house gases. But it says the earlier studies failed to count the carbon released into the atmosphere as farmers wouldwide react to higher prices.

They are clearing forsetes and grasslands to make way for new cropland to replace the grain used for bio-fuels.
Doing so can release much of the carbon stored in plants and soil and sacrificed future storage. The study fond that corn based ethanol could increase green house gases for years from land use change. And it found the bio-fuels from switchgrass, if grown on American corn land, could also increase emission though by less.

The study team led by Timothy Searchinger at Princeton University the reslut shows the value of using waste products for fuel. The other report says carbon saving depend on how bio-fuels are produced.

And that's the VOA Special English agricultural report written Jerilyn Watson.

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This is VOA Special English Agricultural Report.
Farmers in the United States sometimes plant switchgrass as border cross. But could this tall grass lower than nations dependence of oil, the department of energy plants to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to help produce fuels from materials that are not part of food supply.

Growing corn or maize for fuel has raised concern about supply and cost the corn available for food and animal feeds. Fuel made from switchgrass and forest street waste like sawdust is known as cellulosic ethanol. Department officals say it contains more energy and produces fewer green house gases than ethanol made from corn.

Switchgrass is also easier to grow. Last month the proceeding of national academic of sciences publiced a study of which switchgrass grew on low qulity land. Government scientists K.W was a leader author. The study says switchgrass produce five times more energy than was needed to grow it. Also it says switchgrass over its lifetime from crops for fuel produce much less carbon campare to gasoline.

Fossil fuels like oil take carbon from the ground and release it as waste gas when the fuel is burned. Biofuel like corn and cellulosic ethanol also produce green house gases through growing crops and making the fuel. The difference of biofuels remove carbon from atmosphere through the growth of feedstock, the material for the fuel.

Science magazine just published two studies of biofuels and heat trapping gases that scientists link to climate change. One of reports notes that most studies have found that substituting biofuel for gasoline will reduce greenhouse gases. But it is said the earlier studies fail to count carbon released into atmosphere as farmers worldwide react to higher prices.

They are clearring forest and grasslands to make way for new crop land to replace the greeen used for biofuels. Doing so can release much of carbon stored in the plants and soil and sacrifice future storage. The study found that corn based enthanol could increase greeenhouse gases for years from lands use change. And it found biofuels from switchgrass if grow on American corn land could also increase emmissions though by less.

The study team led by T.S at P. university says the result shows the value of using waste products for fuel. The other report says carbon savings depend on how biofuels are produced.

And that is VOA Special English Agricultural Report writtern by J.W.
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Farmers in the United State sometimes plant switch grass as a border crop, but could this tall grass low the nation’s dependence on foreign oil? The Department of Energy plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to help produce fuels from the material that are not part of the food supply. Growing corn or meal for fuel has raised concerns about the supply and cost of corn available for food and animal feed. Fuel made from Switch grass or foreigntrate race like sodas is known as sinulosace essono. The Department official say it contains more energy and produces fewer green house gases than essonose made from corn. Switch grass is also easier to grow.

Last month, the proceedings of National Academy Sciences published a study of Switch grass grown on low quality land. Government scientist Ken V was the leading author. The study says the Swich grass produce five times more energy than when was needed to grow it. Also it says Swich grass over its lifetime from crop to fuel produce much less carbon compare to gasoline. Fossil fuels like oil take carbon from the ground and released it with wasted gas when the fuel is burned. While fuel like corn and ….also produce green house gases through growing crops and making the fuel. The differences that the bifuel removing carbon from the atmosphere through the growth of the feed stock, the material for the fuel. Science magazine just published two studies of biofuels and the hit trap gases that scientists link to climate change. One of the report notes that most studies have found that substituting while fuel for gasoline will reduce green house gases. But it says the earlier study fail to count the carbon released into the atmosphere as formers world wide react to higher prices. They are clearing …and grass land to make way for new cropland to replace the grain used for bi-fuel. Doing so can release much of the carbon stored in the plants and soil and scarify future storage. The study found that corn based assono could increase green house gases for years from land use change, and it found the bifuels from switch grass if grown on American corn land could also increase emission though by less. The study team led by Tamercy ..at Princeton University says the result shows the value of using wasted products for fuel. The other report says carbon saving depend on how bifuel are produced.
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This is VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Farmers in the United States sometimes plant switchgrass as a border crop. But could this tall grass lower the nation's dependence on foreign oral. The department energy plans to invest hundred of millions of dollars to help produce fuel from materials that are not part of the food supply. Growing corn or maize for fuel has raised concerns above the supply and cost of corn available for food and animal feed.

Fewer made from switchgrass or forestry waste like sawdust is known as the cellulosic ethanol. Department official say it contains more energy and produces fewer greenhouse gasses than enthanol made from corn. Switchgrass is also easier to grow. Last month the proceeding's of the national academy of sciences published of switchgrass grown on low quality land. Government scientist Ken V was the lead author. The study says the switchgrass produced 5 times more energy than was needed to grow it. Also it says, switchgrass over its lifetime from crop to fuel produced much less carbon compared to gasoline. Fossil fuels like oil take carbon from ground and release it as waste gas when the fuel is burn. Biofuels fuels like corn and cellulosic ethanol also produce greenhouse gases through growing crops and making the fuel. The different is that biofuel remove carbon from atmosphere through the growth of the feedstock, the material for the fuel.

Science magazine just published two studies of biofuels and hit trapping gasses that scientists link to climate change. One of the reports note that most studies that substituting biofuel for gasoline will reduce greenhouse gasses. But it says the earlier studies fail to count into the carbon released into the atmosphere as farmers worldwide react to high price. They are clearing forests and grasslands to make way to new cropland to replace the grain used for biofuels. Doing so can release much of the carbon stored in the plants and soya and sacrifice future storage.

The study found that corn based ethanol could increase greenhouse gases for years from land use change and it found that biofuel from switchgrass if grown on American cropland could also increase emission though by less. The study team lead by T S at Princeton University says the result the value of using waste produce for fuel. The other reports says carbon saving depend of how biofuel are produced.

And that's VOA Special English agriculture report written J.W.


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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Farmers in the United States sometimes plant switchgrass as a border crop. But could this tall grass lower the nation's dependence on foreign oil? The Department of Energy plans to invest hundreds of millions dollars to help produce fuels from materials that are not part of the food supply.

Growing corn or maize for fuel has raised concern above the supply and cost of corn available for food and animal feed. Fuel made from switchgrass or forestry waste like sawdust is known as cellulosic ethanol. Department officials say it contains more energy and produces fewer greenhouse gases than ethanol made from corn. Switchgrass is also easier to grow.

Last month, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published a study of switch grass grown on low quality land. Government scientist K.V was the lead author. The study says the switchgrass produced five times more energy than was needed to grow it. Also it says switchgrass over its life time from crop to fuel produces much less carbon compare to gasoline.

Fossil fuel like oil take carbon from the ground and release it as waste gas when the fuel is burned. Biofuels like corn and cellulosic ethanol also produce greenhouse gases through growing crops and making the fuel. The difference is that biofuels remove carbon from the atmosphere through the growth of the feedstock, the material for the fuel.

Scientist Magazine just published two studies of biofuels and heat trapping gases that scientists link to climate change. One of the reports notes that most studies have found that substituting biofuels for gasoline will reduce greenhouse gases. But it says the earlier studies failed to count the carbon released into the atomosphere as farmers worldwide react to higher prices. The are clearing forests and grasslands to make way for new cropland to replace the grain used for biofuels. Doing so can release much of the carbon stored in the plants and soil and sacrifice future storage.

The study found that corn based ethanol could increase greenhouse gases for years from land use change. And it found biofuel from switchgrass if grown on American cornland could also increase emissions though by less.

The study team led by T.S at Princeton University says the results showes the value of using waste products for fuel. The other reports says, carbons savings depend on how biofuels are produced.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report written by Jerrilyn Watson.
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