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Ecological sustainability of alternative biomass feedstock production for environmental benefits and bioenergyAuthor(s): Ronald S., Jr. Zalesny; Jill A. Zalesny; Edmund O. Bauer
Source: In: Annual meeting of the poplar council of Canada: Poplar culture: a collaborative effort from clone to mill; 2007 September 16-21; Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. [Place of publication unknown]:[Publisher unknown]:62.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe incorporation of intensive forestry with waste management fills a much-needed niche throughout numerous phytotechnology applications. There is a growing opportunity to incorporate sustainable recycling of waste waters as irrigation and fertilization for alternative biomass feedstock production systems. However, the success of short rotation woody crops is largely based upon the selection of genotypes that are productive on the sites where they are deployed.
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CitationZalesny, Ronald S., Jr.; Zalesny, Jill A.; Bauer, Edmund O. 2007. Ecological sustainability of alternative biomass feedstock production for environmental benefits and bioenergy. In: Annual meeting of the poplar council of Canada: Poplar culture: a collaborative effort from clone to mill; 2007 September 16-21; Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. [Place of publication unknown]:[Publisher unknown]:62.
Keywordshybrid poplar, phytoremediation, Populus, tree improvement, waste management
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