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Harvesting Short-Rotation Poplar for Bioenergy

Posted by Stephen Locker | February 25, 2015

Harvesting Short-Rotation Poplar for Bioenergy

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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This webinar presents the information on how to harvest poplar every 2 to 3 years for bioenergy and harvesting data from field trials. Hybrid poplar is one of the potential sustainable sources of bioenergy that could play a key role in meeting long-term energy needs in the Pacific Northwest.   A viable poplar-based bioenergy industry will require an effective way to harvest the poplar on short rotations and deliver biomass to the biorefinery on a regular basis.