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Miscanthus

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Poaceae
Tribe  Andropogoneae
Rank  Genus
Order  Poales
Subfamily  Panicoideae
Higher classification  Grasses
Miscanthus Best Japanese Silver Grasses for Your Garden Miscanthus sinensis
Similar  Grasses, Old switch panic grass, Fountaingrasses, Pampas grass, Calamagrostis

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Miscanthus, silvergrass, is a genus of African, Eurasian, and Pacific Island plants in the grass family.

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Species
  1. Miscanthus changii Y.N.Lee - Korea
  2. Miscanthus depauperatus Merr. - Philippines
  3. Miscanthus ecklonii (Nees) Mabb. - southern Africa
  4. Miscanthus floridulus - China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands
  5. Miscanthus fuscus (Roxb.) Benth . - Indian Subcontinent, Indochina, Pen Malaysia
  6. Miscanthus junceus - southern Africa
  7. Miscanthus lutarioriparius L.Liu ex S.L.Chen & Renvoize - Hubei, Hunan
  8. Miscanthus nepalensis (Trin.) Hack. - Indian Subcontinent, Tibet, Yunnan, Myanmar, Vietnam, Pen Malaysia
  9. Miscanthus nudipes (Griseb.) Hack. - Assam, Bhutan, Nepal, Sikkim, Tibet, Yunnan
  10. Miscanthus × ogiformis Honda - Korea, Japan
  11. Miscanthus oligostachyus Stapf. - Korea, Japan
  12. Miscanthus paniculatus (B.S.Sun) S.L.Chen & Renvoize - Guizhou, Sichuan, Yunnan
  13. Miscanthus sacchariflorus - Korea, Japan, northeastern China, Russian Far East
  14. Miscanthus sinensis - Korea, Japan, China, Southeast Asia, Russian Far East; naturalized in New Zealand, North + South America
  15. Miscanthus tinctorius (Steud.) Hack. - Japan
  16. Miscanthus villosus Y.C.Liu & H.Peng - Yunnan
  17. Miscanthus violaceus (K.Schum.) Pilg. - tropical Africa
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formerly included

see Chloris Pseudopogonatherum Saccharum Spodiopogon

  • Miscanthus affinis - Pseudopogonatherum quadrinerve
  • Miscanthus cotulifer - Spodiopogon cotulifer
  • Miscanthus polydactylos - Chloris elata
  • Miscanthus rufipilus - Saccharum rufipilum
  • Miscanthus tanakae - Pseudopogonatherum speciosum

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    M. giganteus

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    The sterile hybrid between M. sinensis and M. sacchariflorus, Miscanthus giganteus, has been trialed as a biofuel in Europe since the early 1980s. It can grow to heights of more than 3.5 m in one growth season. Its dry weight annual yield can reach 25 tonnes per hectare (10 tonnes per acre). It is sometimes called "elephant grass", so is thus confused with the African grass Pennisetum purpureum, also called that.

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    The rapid growth, low mineral content, and high biomass yield of Miscanthus make it a favorite choice as a biofuel. Miscanthus can be used as input for ethanol production, often outperforming corn and other alternatives in terms of biomass and gallons of ethanol produced. Additionally, after harvest, it can be burned to produce heat and steam for power turbines. In addition to the amount of CO2 emissions from burning the crop, any fossil fuels that might have been used in planting, fertilizing, harvesting, and processing the crop, as well as in transporting the biofuel to the point of use, must also be considered when evaluating its carbon load. Its advantage, though, is that it is not usually consumed by humans, making it a more available crop for ethanol and biofuel, than, say, corn and sugarcane. When mixed 50%-50% with coal, Miscanthus biomass can be used in some current coal-burning power plants without modifications.

    M. sinensis

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    M. sinensis is cultivated as an ornamental plant. In Japan, where it is known as susuki (すすき), it is considered an iconic plant of late summer and early autumn. It is mentioned in Man'yōshū (VIII:1538) as one of the seven autumn flowers (aki no nana kusa, 秋の七草). It is used for the eighth month in hanafuda playing cards. It is decorated with bush clover for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Miscanthus has also excellent fiber properties for papermaking.

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    References

    Miscanthus Wikipedia


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