Hawaii’s Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot!: The Digest’s 2019 Multi-Slide Guide to Tropical Feedstocks

June 23, 2019 |

The University of Hawai’i is on top of the latest research on Hawaii’s tropical agriculture, its hot zone and tropical feedstocks for the bioeconomy.

Peter Matlock, Strategic Advisor for Aviation Fuels and Special Projects for Joint BioEnergy Institute and who is developing the Institute for Tropical BioEconomy at the University of Hawaii, Hilo, gave this illuminating overview of why the tropics matter for the bioeconomy, why Hawaii’s benchmark soils are important, thoughts on various tropical feedstocks and what they can be used for including dual-use crops like sorghum, cassava, tropical grasses, and more at ABLC 2019 in Washington, D.C.


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