Kużel, S.; Kolář, L.; Peterka, J.; Šindelářová, M.
January 2008
Latvian Journal of Agronomy / Agronomija Vestis;2008, Issue 10, p15
Academic Journal
Fifty percent of Czech agricultural lands was categorized to LFA. The energetic crops and raw grass biomass are a perspective industrial and energetic material. It is possible to utilize them by anaerobic digestion for methane, pyrolysis for syngas or fast pyrolysis for biooil, which all find exploitation in co-generation power units (energetic use) or in the chemical industry. They can be used for manufacturing alternative fuel for slow-running diesel engines, in "grass biorefinery", for the production of "green or brown juice" in ethanol production biotechnology, manufacturing of lactic acid, isolation of saccharides, carotenoids and enzymes etc.


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