Switchgrass: the fuel of the future (Re-post from Today’s Producer, March 29, 2017)

March 29, 2017

According to Dr. Gopal Kakani, Warth distinguished associate professor in OSU’s Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, one of the most interesting developments lately from growing switchgrass is it can be established and grown in all climates and soil types of Oklahoma. Switchgrass produces harvestable yields in the second year after planting, if proper weed control measures are adopted immediately after emergence. Click here to read more about “Switchgrass: the fuel of the future” by Amy G. Hadachek, Today’s Producer (March 29, 2017).