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Press Release 11-176
Testing the Water for Bioenergy Crops

Water significant limiting factor in growing crops like switchgrass

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Image of row crops in the midwestern United States in early autumn.

Landscape of the midwestern U.S. in early autumn; a mosaic of row crops like corn and soybean.

Credit: Praveen Kumar


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Photo of Praveen Kumar and Phong Le at a miscanthus research plot in Champaign, Ill.

Scientists Praveen Kumar and Phong Le at a miscanthus research plot in Champaign, Ill.

Credit: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


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Photo of the bioenergy crops switchgrass and miscanthus.

Bioenergy crops such as switchgrass and miscanthus respond differently to rain, dew and sun.

Credit: Praveen Kumar


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Photo of the Soybean Free Air Concentration Enrichment.

Experiment: Soybean Free Air Concentration Enrichment shows plants' response to climate change.

Credit: Praveen Kumar


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Photo of a scientist measuring plant responses to higher carbon dioxide.

Free Air Concentration Experiment results predict plants' responses to higher carbon dioxide.

Credit: Praveen Kumar


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Photo of rows of soybean and a scientist recording a video.

Climate change will affect canopy temperature in places like this soybean field.

Credit: Praveen Kumar


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