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Published on Oct 30, 2015
Dr. Russ Jessup, a Texas A&M AgriLife Research perennial grass breeder in College Station, is introducing a new biofuel biomass feedstock that is a hybrid “similar to seedless watermelons, seedless grapes and other sterile triploid crops.” Jessup is utilizing two grass species: pearl millet, a grain crop, and Napier grass, which is a very high biomass crop that can be crossed to make progeny that are sterile triploids in the field.