Ledda, Luigi and Deligios, Paola Antonia and Farci, Roberta and Sulas, Leonardo (2013) Biomass supply for energetic purposes from some Cardueae species grown in Mediterranean farming systems. Industrial crops and products, Vol. 47 , p. 218-226. ISSN 0926-6690. eISSN 1872-633X. Article.
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In order to explore complementary biomass sources, field studies were conducted on Cynara cardunculus botanical varieties (globe artichoke and cultivated cardoon) for energy purposes. In addition, the potential of milk thistle (Silybum marianum L. Gaertn.) as a suitable energy crop for Southern Europe countries was investigated. The three different crops were compared over three years (2007–2010) in a Mediterranean environment (Sardinia, Southern Italy) for quantitative and qualitative (calorific value, ultimate and proximate analyses, ash composition) biomass characteristics.
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