Biofuel crops can bring invasive weed risk

One of the most popular biofuels crops is giant miscanthus (Miscanthus × giganteus). This fast-growing hybrid is unable to produce seed, making it less likely to spread unintentionally than other miscanthus species. But it too can represent a threat if planted in the wrong location.

View the original article here: Biofuel crops can bring invasive weed risk – Western Farm Press

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