Sweet sorghum : opportunities for a new, renewable fuel and food industry in Australia
O'Hara, Ian M., Kent, Geoff, Albertson, Peter, Harrison, Mark D., Hobson, Phillip, McKenzie, Neil, Moghaddam, Lalehvash, Moller, David, Rainey, Thomas J., Stolz, Wanda, Wong, Heng-Ho, & Ellett, Brendon (2013) Sweet sorghum : opportunities for a new, renewable fuel and food industry in Australia. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation.
Sweet sorghum is receiving significant global interest as an agro-industrial crop because of its capacity to co-produce energy, food, and feed products in integrated biorefineries. This report assesses the opportunities to develop a sweet sorghum industry in Australia, reports on research demonstrating the production of energy, food, and feed products, and assesses the potential economic and sustainability benefits of sweet sorghum biorefineries in the Australian context.
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