Lynn Grooms hails from the Badger State. An agricultural journalist and contributing editor to Farm Industry News, she frequently covers the biofuels industry.
 

Posts by Lynn Grooms

Ethanol producer margins expected to increase

If ethanol continues to follow lower corn prices, and barring any unforeseen catastrophes, the ethanol industry could gain traction politically, says....More

Ten biomass research projects to receive USDA, DOE funding

The $12.6 million in research grants are awarded under a joint DOE-USDA program that began in 2006....More

Corn grower cites agronomic benefits of corn stover removal

DuPont and Iowa have found that partial (~ 50 percent) corn stover removal improved corn yields on participating farms by about 5.2 bushels per acre....More

Industry letters to President Obama underscore importance of RFS targets

"The impact would be equivalent to adding 7 new coal fired power plants or cancelling every wind farm project currently under construction in the....More

More than half of biodiesel producers idle production

Biodiesel producers have idled production in the face of a weak RFS proposal....More

Cellulosic ethanol facilities begin production this year

If the volume requirements for biofuels are reduced and the country continues its reliance on Canadian oil sands, increases in greenhouse gases will....More

Field to Market adds water quality index to online calculator

Answers to online questions are expected to help farmers see how changes to their management practices affect a single water quality score for a....More

Syngenta to license ACE technology to boost ethanol plant productivity

"With the ACE technology, ethanol plants should be able to extract approximately 1.6 pounds of corn oil per bushel of corn."....More

American Coalition for Ethanol addresses RFS, ethanol blends in Washington

A Republican senator from the South tried to tack onto the Ukrainian aid bill an amendment that would eliminate the RFS within five years....More

Erin go biodiesel

You could say that these green fleets transporting green beer truly exemplify “the wearing of the green.”....More

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