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Cassava may help support ethanol needs

11 Mar 2016 at 06:00

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Rising ethanol demand this year, coupled with expected sugar-cane production cuts due to the severe drought, are likely to force ethanol producers to switch to cassava as their feedstock instead of molasses, industry officials say.

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