Consider corn as a heat source

Bartok Jr., John W.
July 2006
GMPRO - Greenhouse Management & Production;Jul2006, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p102
States that corn is one of the popular alternatives to fossil fuels. Importance of corn to U.S. greenhouse growers; Factors to consider before burning corns; Assessment of the impact of burning corns on the environment; Discussion of the cost-effectiveness of using corn.


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