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Understanding Invasiveness and Feedstocks – Part 1 of 3

In bioenergy, a common concern related to the scale-up of some energy crops is invasiveness. The introduction of many invasive plants has occurred intentionally, as with ornamental plantings, and accidentally as a by-product of commerce. Herein lies the concern with bioenergy crops. No one wants to unintentionally introduce the next Kudzu! To evaluate potential energy [...]

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Agricultural Chemical Handling and Application Safety – Part 1

At Genera Energy, we are committed to providing a safe work environment for our employees. All employees working in feedstock production will undergo an extensive training program before handling or applying restricted use pesticides. By law, it is only required that the acting supervisor be a certified applicator, however Genera feels that redundancy in pesticide [...]