Plant health, production, and products

Providing the gift of water for poinsettias and other ornamental crops

Happy Poinsettia Day!

The grass is cleaner on the other side

Liquid fuel, charcoal, and electric power are all possible byproducts of biomass feedstocks. But what if there was a feedstock that not only produced bioenergy, but acted as a greenhouse gas “sink” as well? According to Texas A&M’s AgriLife Research, there is: bioenergy sorghum.

USDA-Funded Research Leads to Initial Draft of the Loblolly Pine Genome