Bugs That Turn Straw Into Auto Fuel
British farmers are knee-deep in straw. They produce more than 10 million tons a year as a byproduct of farming and their animals need only 4 million tons for bedding and food. Since European air-pollution laws prohibit the burning of straw, the excess is plowed under or left to rot.
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