Honeylocust and Engery Production: Bibliography

 

Avgerinos, G.C., and D.I.C. Wang. 1980. Utilization of Mesquite and Honey Locust Pods as Feedstocks for Energy Production. In Tree Crops for Energy Co‑Production on Farms. U.S. Solar Energy Research Institute. Golden, Colorado.

 

Baertsche, S.R., M.T. Yokoyama and J.W. Hanover. 1986. Short rotation, hardwood tree biomass as potential ruminant feed-chemical composition, nylon bag ruminal degradation and ensilement of selected species. J. Amim. Sci. 63:2028-2043.

 

Burner, D.M., D.H.Pote, and A. Ares. 2005. Management effects on biomass and foliar nutritive value of Robinia pseudoacacia and Gleditsia triacanthos f. inermis in Arkansas, USA. Agroforestry Systems. 65:207-214.

 

Freedman, D. 1980. Preliminary Analysis of the Potential for Ethanol Production from Honeylocust Pods. In Tree Crops for Energy Co‑Production on Farms. U.S. Solar Energy Research Institute. Golden, Colorado.

 

Ogden, R.L. 1983. Attempt to ferment sugars in the locust tree bean. Agroforestry Review. 3:5.

 

Scanlon, D.H. 1980. A Case Study of Honeylocust in the Tennessee Valley Region. In Tree Crops for Energy Co‑Production on Farms. U.S. Solar Energy Research Institute. Golden, Colorado.

 

Seibert, M., G. Williams, G. Folger and T. Milne. 1986. Fuel and chemical co-production from tree crops. Biomass. 9: 49-66.

 

Tennessee Valley Authority(1984). TVA biomass fuels update II, TVA OACD-84/3, pp. 13-14. Available from NTIS Springfield, VA pp. 114-118.

 

Williams, G., and M.L. Merwin. 1983a. Energy‑ and soil‑converving perennial crops for marginal land in temperate climates. In W. Lockeretz(ed.) Environmentally sound agriculture. Praeger Co., New York, NY.