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Black Willow as Biomass

Publication Number: P2653
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As the United States moves to increase its production of renewable energy, biomass has become more important, especially in the Southeast. Fast-growth tree species, including poplars and willows, have been included with energy crops, such as switchgrass, miscanthus, and energy cane.

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