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Generous government funding facilitated creation of new hybrids and genetic transformations of practical advantage, improvement of propagation methods, invention of high-density cropping systems, and innovations in stand management were enabled (Dickmann 2006). SRWC are genetically improved tree species purpose-grown in short cycles, usually 1–15 years, and using intensive cultural techniques of fertilization, irrigation, and weed control—often r­ elying on coppice regeneration (Dickmann 2006; Drew et al.

Miscanthus: A promising biomass crop. Advances in Botanical Research 56: 75–137. Hedenus F and C Azar. 2009. —A model based analysis. Biomass and Bioenergy 33: 1693–1702. Heggenstaller AH, KJ Moore, M Liebman, and RP Anex. 2009. Nitrogen influences biomass and nutrient partitioning by perennial, warm-season grasses. Agronomy Journal 101: 1363–1371. Hinchee M, W Rottmann, L Mullinax, C Zhang, S Chang, M Cunningham, L Pearson, and N Nehra. 2009. Short-rotation woody crops for bioenergy and biofuels applications.

Van der Horst D and S Vermeylen. 2011. Spatial scale and social impacts of biofuel production. Biomass and Bioenergy 35: 2435–2443. Virgilio ND, A Monti, and G Venturi. 2007. ) yield as related to soil parameters in a small field. Field Crops Research 101: 232–239. Volk TA, T Verwijst, PJ Tharakan, LP Abrahamson, and EH White. 2004. Growing fuel: A sustainability ­assessment of willow biomass crops. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2: 411–418. 26 Carol L. Williams Vogel KP, JJ Brejda, DT Walters, and DR Buxton.

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