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Home biogas: turning food waste into renewable energy

Home biogas: turning food waste into renewable energy

Home-produced biogas is a promising technology that could “provoke a ‘domestic green energy revolution – if we let it”, contends Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute Research fellow Samuel Alexander, who trialled it in his household.
Samuel Alexander, University of Melbourne (UoM), Published 15th Feb 2018
Cover crops can moderate soil temperatures, find US scientists

Cover crops can moderate soil temperatures, find US scientists

US soil scientists have shown that perennial biofuel and cover crops can help protect valuable cash crops by buffering soils against temperature changes that could otherwise impact negatively on plant growth and yield.
Merran White, AgInnovators, Published 12th Jan 2018
CSIRO and Amfora join forces to develop oil-rich, cost-effective cattle feed

CSIRO and Amfora join forces to develop oil-rich, cost-effective cattle feed

CSIRO researchers have found a way to produce oil in the leaves and stems of plants – a discovery that promises to be a game-changer in global production of renewable oils for livestock feed, human foods, biofuels and industry.
AgInnovators, Published 21st Apr 2017
$6.2 million national database to stimulate new bioenergy projects

$6.2 million national database to stimulate new bioenergy projects

A new $6.2 million ARENA/RIRDC project will create a central national database of biomass resources to assist with bioenergy project planning across Australia.
Merran White, AgInnovators, Published 8th Jan 2016
AgInnovators 5- Scuba rice and French farming robots

AgInnovators 5- Scuba rice and French farming robots

AgInnovators 5 is a weekly round-up of interesting stories about agricultural innovation. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and never miss an...
Brian Houston, AgInnovators, Published 5th Jan 2015
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