Variability on the Properties of Triticale and Rye Biomass Due to the Different Varieties and Growing Conditions

R. Barro, P. Ciria, E. Maletta, M.J. Fernández, J. Pérez, J. Losada & J.E. Carrasco
There is a large interest in Spain surrounding the maximum variability that can be obtained in the main physico­chemical properties of biomass, when it is produced or used for energy purposes. Multiple sources could cause that expected variability. Winter cereals might be considered as a potential biomass source for energy purposes, particularly triticale and rye. On the one hand, a statistical study was carried out, and differences between varieties cultivated in the same location and...