How a Biofuel Crop Can Help Mitigate Climate Change
New Michigan State University research details how switchgrass, a biofuel crop, can mitigate effects of climate change when grown on marginal land — agricultural land of little value. For farmers, it may also provide economic returns in these otherwise unproductive spaces.
Led by MSU Foundation Professor Bruno Basso, the research team published its findings March 9 in the journal Environmental Research Letters.
To read the full story, visit the MSU AgBioResearch webpage.