Growth, yield and mineral content of Miscanthus x giganteus grown as a biofuel for 14 successive harvests.
Industrial Crops and Products. 2008; 28:320-27
Seasonality leads to an annual cycle of senescence, whereas perennial grasses, such as Miscanthus, mobilize mineral nutrients and carbohydrates from the stem and leaves to rhizomes at the end of the growing season, and harvest of Miscanthus biomass during the winter months allows relatively high retention of minerals in the rhiz reducing...
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