June 9, 2010
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What happens to ethanol if the blender tax credit for the biofuel isn’t renewed at the end of 2010?
What would that mean to development of cellulosic ethanol?
Dr. Seth Meyer, agricultural economist with the University of Missouri’s Food and Agricultural Policy Institute, discussed those questions during an interview with Farm Press editor Forrest Laws. The interview took place at the annual Breimeyer Seminar in Columbia, Mo.
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