New technology could turn farm by-products into power

GEORGIA - Georgia's farms could see their trash turn to cash with the development of new technology for producing energy from corn stalks, peanut hulls and wood chips. A recent University of Georgia study has excited interest in the possibility of using the biological waste from farming, cotton ginning and timber operations to make energy.
calendar icon 2 January 2004
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