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Bio crop could put money in the margins

Friday 18 Jan 13 9:00am

Elephant grass ... multi-purpose crop.
Elephant grass ... multi-purpose crop.

A team of New Zealand researchers say that biofuels can be produced sustainably and economically from crops grown on the margins of paddocks.

And, they say, they have some exciting new crops with which to do it.

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