Growing maize for biofuel

Growing maize for biofuel

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Caption: Growing maize for biofuel. Maize plants (Zea mays) are grown here for the production of the biofuel ethanol. Biofuels are clean and renewable sources of energy, which have less impact on the environment than fossil fuels such as diesel, petrol and coal. Photographed near Cotham power station in Nottinghamshire, UK.

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