Study looks at how efficiently perennial biofuel crops use rainwater and their effect on overall water balance.
CONVERTING large tracts of the Midwest's marginal farming land to perennial biofuel crops carries with it some key unknowns, including how it could affect the balance of water that exists among rainfall, evaporation and the movement of soil water to groundwater, according to a Michigan Stat
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