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Cash Crop - Astrophysics Data System

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Last Updated: 10 July 2022

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Modeling the yield, biogenic emissions, and soil carbon sequestration outcomes of Brassica carinata grown in the southeastern US as a winter cash crop and sustainable aviation fuel feedstock

Sustainable aviation fuels made from lipid feedstocks are a more popular and low-cost alternative for aviation sector decarbonization. Ethiopian mustard is a non-food oilseed crop that can be grown on winter fallow land in the southeastern United States and used as a feedstock for SAF, and it is also used as a feedstock for SAF. It is a high-protein livestock feed co-product. Carinata's Southeast Partnership for Advanced Renewables is a USDA-funded research consortium that works to advance carinata manufacturing and related SAF and bioproduct supply chains in the region. However, adopting conservation management techniques such as no-till establishment or chicken litter soil amendments resulted in a more significant net soil carbon sink, lowering the GHG footprint of carinata-based SAF by up to 20 grams of CO2-equivalent per megajoule of fuel.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021AGUFM.B35I1524F/abstract

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