Ethanol from sugarcane in Brazil: a midway strategy for increasing ethanol production while maximizing environmental benefits.
Glob. Change Biol. Bioenergy. 2012; 4:119-126
Buckeridge M, De Souza A, Anderson-Teixeira KJ, DeLucia EH. Glob. Change Biol. Bioenergy. 2012; 4:119-126
This article suggests that advances in sugarcane breeding and agronomy, in addition to process improvements in ethanol production from sugar and bagasse, are expected to significantly increase the amount and efficiency of ethanol biofuel production, while also improving the environmental impact of sugarcane production.
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