Carlen Ensley, Marceaux, Jennifer S. | 12/23/2011 1:46:02 AM
Expansion of energy cane and sweet sorghum beyond traditional boundaries.
General and specific adaptability to climate and soil conditions.
Economic yield of carbohydrates and fiber.
What traits need to be enhanced based on the desired products?
Extension breeding, selection, testing program for energy cane to find genotypes adapted
to the southeastern United States.
Feedback to breeders from processors of fuels/chemicals.
cane and sweet sorghum:
Group ExpertiseExperienced group of crop specialists with extensive knowledge of production of energy
LSU AgCenter - Lead Institution
Louisiana State University
Mississippi State University
MS Processes International
Sugar Cane Growers Coop of Florida
University of Arkansas At Monticello
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture