State study uses corn, soybean alternatives to process ethanol
Editor's Note: This is the second in a four-part series this week on the renewable fuel industry. Tomorrow, learn about a Luverne man's experience growing miscanthus for ethanol production.
WASECA -- Minnesota is known as a row crop state, and all one needs to do is take a drive through the countryside to see acres upon acres of corn and soybeans growing in the summer sun.
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