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Re: [RC] (RC] Commute - Hybrid Vehicles - Truman Prevatt

Sugar cane does require tropical conditions with a "wet season" FL is
probably the only place in the US. However, its cousin Sorghum is able
to withstand very dry conditions and can be grown just about anywhere.
It was a popular corp when I was a kid on the Western KY/TN border.
Every fall you would see the miles turning the presses in the field with
the juice running into the cookers. The small was wonderful. The result
was a golden nectar similar to molasses. I would expect that sorghum
could be used for the production of ethanol.

There were some claims back in those days that some of the juice was
diverted for the production of moonshine, but as Sgt. Shultz would say,
"I know nothing about that." ;-) .


Barbara McCrary wrote:
I did think about Florida, and you notice I said "not much of anywhere." This allows for some error, and I acknowledge Florida. Anywhere else you can think of in the 48 states?



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RE: [RC] (RC] Commute - Hybrid Vehicles, Adrienne Youngblood
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Re: [RC] (RC] Commute - Hybrid Vehicles, Barbara McCrary
Re: [RC] (RC] Commute - Hybrid Vehicles, Truman Prevatt
Re: [RC] (RC] Commute - Hybrid Vehicles, Barbara McCrary