Newly discovered wild sorghum variety has tremendous potential for cellulosic ethanol

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Sweet Sorghum (Image: forum-eurasica.ru)

Scientists from the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Cell Walls at the University of Adelaide have discovered that a variety of sorghum growing wild in Australia, Arun, has the potential to yield over 10,000 litres of bioethanol per hectare annually.


Source: International Sugar Journal