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Sugar beets are better than corn for ethanol production

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Sugar beets use less land and water than corn, can be grown in colder climates and on poorer soil, plus virtually all of it can be used to create ethanol or fertilizer. So it could be a potential source for ethanol. However ethanol created from the waste of agricultural, wood, processing, and meatpacking byproducts is probably still a better way to go.

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