A 10-Foot-High Daisy May Be the Fuel of the Future


A giant form of the flowering daisy plant that can grow 10 feet high may become the favored fuel of Germany’s biogas industry.

The plant with small yellow flowers whose Latin name is Silphium Perfoliatum is known as Silphie in German. It’s sometimes called the Cup Plant or Indian Cup in the U.S., where it is native. Field experiments show it has advantages over maize, since it’s a perennial that comes up every year for two decades without replanting.

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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-24/giant-daisy-seen-as-rival-for-corn-to-german-biogas-industry

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