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NexSteppe launches sorghum hybrid

8:45 AM MDT | April 17, 2013 | Rebecca Coons

NexSteppe (Malibu, CA), an energy crop firm backed by DuPont, says it has launched its first sorghum hybrid products in the United States and Brazil. The company says its Malibu sweet sorghum hybrids and Palo Alto high-biomass sorghum hybrids offer a tailored alternative for companies seeking a cost-effective feedstock solution for the production of advanced and cellulosic biofuels, biopower, and biobased products. NexSteppe’s Malibu sweet sorghum hybrids have been optimized to provide an easily accessible source of fermentable sugars for the production of...

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