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    Author(s): Ronald S. Jr. Zalesny
    Date: 2009
    Source: In: Sixth International Phytotechnologies Conference; 2009 December 2-4; St. Louis, MO. International Phytotechnology Society: 70.
    Publication Series: Other
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Forest biomass constitutes ~30% of the total biomass that can be produced in the United States, making adequate woody feedstock availability necessary for environmental and economic sustainability. Woody feedstock production is vital for achieving our National goal of 16 billion gallons of cellulosic ethanol by 2022.

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    Zalesny, Ronald S. Jr. 2009. Integrating phytotechnologies with energy crop production for biofuels, bioenergy, and bioproducts. In: Sixth International Phytotechnologies Conference; December 2-4, 2009; St. Louis, MO. International Phytotechnology Society: 70.


    landfill leachate, poplar, Populus, short rotation woody crops, sustainability, waste management, wastewater irrigation, woody feedstocks

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