May 8, 2008 3:27 PM

Another recipe for ethanol: homegrown sweet sorghum

What's sweet like sugarcane, looks something like corn and could be grown in much of the United States to make ethanol? Sweet sorghum. American pioneers used sweet sorghum as a substitute for sugar. Now researchers are wondering if it isn't a better way to make ethanol than corn.

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