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Ag Innovation News

Jan–Mar, 2008

Vol. 17, No. 1

This edition of Ag Innovation News was originally published in approximately January of 2008.

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Waseca, Minn. — Businesses hoping to leap into biomass-pellet production should keep their eyes wide open, cautions a recent AURI sponsored study. The evaluation
The ash left after burning crop residues for energy can be recycled as fertilizer. Biomass ash retains many nutrients, especially phosphorus and potassium. This
Benson, Minn. — A Minnesota ethanol company is building a biomass bridge to an energy self-sufficient future. Chippewa Valley Ethanol Company will gasify wood
Where are they now? Editors note: This is the first in a series that will update readers on entrepreneurial ventures featured in past issues