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Caption: Dennis Buckmaster, in foreground, and research assistant Bart Coffman found that shredding corn plant residue, know as stover, rather than chopping, may provide easier access to the cellulosic matter used to produce ethanol.
Credit: Purdue Agricultural Communication photo/Tom Campbell
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