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  • Miscanthus Giganteous is a herbaceous perennial plant growing to 0.82 m (rarely 4 m) tall, forming dense clumps from an under-ground rhizome.
  • Miscanthus Giganteus is a large type of perennial grass hybrid from the family of Miscanthus sinensis and Miscanthus sacchariflorus.
    Miscanthus Giganteus is a C4 family basically came from Japan.
  • Now In European union , it is used as a commercial energy crop as well as source of heat and electricity.
  • Mainly it is used to convert into biofuel products like ethanol.
  • Bioethanol is a form of renewable energy it can be produced from agricultural Feedstocks such as sugar cane, potato, manioc and corn, and the most common crop is Miscanthus Giganteous.
  • Its growing duration will be 1st year it develope is most activity is below ground and the plants get established and build up reserves then the growth reaches is 1 to 1.5 meters or 1 meter tall and it look like dear grass in winter
    the second year grows to >2.5 meters and its production can start in second winter the third year grows to >3,5 meters.
  • It greater property is photosynthetic efficiency and lower water use requirements than other kinds of plants.C4 plants has a mechanism to efficiently deliver CO2 to the RuBisCO enzyme.
  • They utilize their specific leaf anatomy where chloroplasts exist not only in the mesophyll cells in the outer part of their leaves but in the bundle sheath cells.
  • Its nutritional requirements are very low, so it has high nitrogen efficiency & it can grow well on barren land .
  • A source of biomass for the production of energy either for direct combustion for biofuel production.
  • Miscanthus Giganteus is a source for cellulosic ethanol production.
  • Miscanthus also used to convert solid fuel pellets and also Pots are manufactured from 70% Miscanthus blended with natural resins to produce a 100% biodegradable product.
  • Miscanthus grass as an input for plastics and other traditional products constructed from petroleum fuels.
  • Giant Miscanthus is capable of producing up to 7.6 tons of biomass and 756 gallons of ethanol fuel.
  • The established end uses are  burning for heat and power, paper making, wood pallets, and ethanol.
  • One plant can be turned into hundreds of thousands of plants in a twelve month period.
  • Miscanthus has also having excellent fiber properties for papermaking.


  • Miscanthus Giganteus -The multi use energy crop.
  • Managing Giant Miscanthus.
  • Miscanthus Giganteus.
  • Biomass Resource Assessments.
  • Technology of promoting the energetic plant Miscanthus.
  • When to plant Miscanthus Giganteus.
  • Overview of Miscanthus Giganteus.


  • Giant Miscanthus for Biomass Production.
  • Ethanol Organosolv pretreatment of Miscanthus.
  • GREET Model Miscanthus Parameter Development.
  • Production of biomass through Miscanthus Giganteus.
  • Production of Miscanthus in Biofuel.
  • Miscanthus Production.


  • Miscanthus Transformation Methods.
  • Miscanthus plant named Gilded tower.
  • Propagation of Miscanthus.
  • Miscanthus plant named LOTTUM.
  • High Biomass Miscanthus Varieties.
  • Engineered trait modification in Miscanthus species.


  • Miscanthus best practice guidelines.
  • Miscanthus Harvesting storage strategies.
  • Risk analysis of Miscanthus Giganteus.


  • Planting and Managing Giant Miscanthus.
  • Miscanthus Yield.
  • Miscanthus Giganteus plantation.
  • Planting and Growing Miscanthus.
  • Harvesting of Miscanthus.
  • Production of Giant Miscanthus.
  • Growing Miscanthus in Illinois.
  • Miscanthus Giganteus plant regeneration.
  • Breeding and biotechnology perspectives in Miscanthus.
  • Giant Miscanthus Production.

Ethanol Production

  • Bioethanol production by Miscanthus as a lignocellulosic biomass.
  • Giant Miscanthus favored for ethanol.
  • Miscanthus Conversion to ethanol.
  • High yielding Miscanthus for ethanol.
  • Miscanthus propagation for ethanol.


  • Miscanthus Pellets and Briquettes.

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Production Costs

  • Giant Miscanthus acres added by growing season.
  • Biomass energy yield.


  • Miscanthus potential to become popular ethanol feedstock.
  • Miscanthus meet U.S biofuels goal using less land than corn.
  • Great potential as ethanol feedstock.
  • Miscanthus superior to corn for ethanol.
  • Miscanthus as an alternative energy source.

Company Profile

  • Company from Ireland.
  • Company from USA.
  • Company1 from Canada.
  • Company2 from Canada.
  • Company from France.


  • Expert for Miscanthus cultivation.
  • Miscanthus Expert.


  • Supplier from UK.
  • Supplier from US.
  • Suppliers from Poland.


  • Nutrient uptake of Miscanthus.
  • Influence of fast pyrolysis of Miscanthus Sinesis.
  • Cellulosic Biomass Study of Miscanthus Giganteus.


  • 25tons per acre is now attainable.
  • Miscanthus, short-rotation coppice.
  • Cellulosic Feedstocks.
  • Energy crop options for power generation.
  • Miscanthus to ethanol.


  • Commercializing Miscanthus as a biofuels crop.
  • Future importance of Miscanthus.
  • Commercial Scale Giant Miscanthus.
  • Economics of growing Miscanthus for bio-energy production.
  • U.S Ethanol Plant.


  • Miscanthus-for biofuels and chemical production.
  • Use of Miscanthus as a plant fiber in concrete production.
  • Industrial uses of Grasses including Miscanthus.
  • Adaptability of Miscanthus species evaluated for energy crop domestication.
  • Miscanthus for Sustainable Renewable Energy.
  • Saccharification of Lignocellulose with reference to Miscanthus.
  • Miscanthus Giganteus for Biofuel Production.

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