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Feedstock Development and Agronomic Projects

  • Jocelyn Rose, Cornell University, A Biofuel Screening Program for Grass Feedstocks: Diversity, Physiological Traits and Compositional Characteristics for Optimal Yield.
  • Thomas Molnar, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Developing the Potential of Hazelnuts as a Feedstock for Biodiesel and other Oleochemicals in the Northeast.
  • Roger Koide, Pennsylvania State University, Contrasting Soil Carbon Sequestration by Soybean and Canola.
  • Stacy Bonos, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Switchgrass with Improved Biomass Productivity on Marginal Land for the Northeastern US.
  • Stacy Bonos, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Improving Switchgrass Establishment through Breeding.
  • David Dowler, Pennsylvania State University Extension, Meadville, PA, Camelina: A new Oilseed Crop for Permanent No-till Systems in the Northeast
  • Stephen Herbert, University of Massachusetts, Optimal Harvest Time of Switchgrass: Yield, Nutrient Cycling and Air Emissions.
  • Stephen Herbert, University of Massachusetts, Assessing switchgrass establishment problems.
  • Larry Smart, Cornell University, Genetic Improvement for Yield and Establishment of Short Rotation Woody Biomass Crops on Marginal Lands
  • Armen R. Kemanian, Pennsylvania State University, Production and life-cycle assessment of switchgrass across the heterogeneous landscape of the Northeast
  • Rafiq Islam, The Ohio State University, Carbon-neutral perennial grass biofuels production from biosolids amended degraded forest and marginal lands in Ohio.