Biomass Storage

Giovanna Aita, Attaway, Denise, Ensley, Carlen  |  2/25/2014 8:24:30 PM

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Storage of biomass on-field (i.e., at the site where harvested) can result in biodegradation of fibers, and thus loss of energy content, and possible spoilage if stored without treatment of the fibers. The method of on-field storage can lead to health and safety issues, due to the growth of microbial pathogens and possible fire hazards, and can also occupy land needed for farming of future crops.

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