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Mike Stanley, operations manager, stands on a railing at the Agri-Energy ethanol plant in Luverne, with maintenance worker Pat Herman behind him. (KARI LUCIN/DAILY GLOBE)

Breaking new ground: Agri-Energy's purchase by Gevo leads to innovation

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LUVERNE -- Yeast and corn, two common kitchen ingredients, may help reduce dependence on fossil fuels through an innovative process being utilized commercially for the first time in a southwest Minnesota ethanol plant.

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