Biogas

Biogas

Maize silage has been shown to be one of, if not the, best agricultural feedstocks for biogas production.  When mixed with other organic wastes or used alone maize based biogas production has proved to be economic across Europe.  MGA Biogas related information aims to provide growers with biogas specific advice on variety choice, agronomy and digestate recycling.

 
 

Resources: Biogas

MGA Conference Papers 2011

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Full copy of the 2011 MGA conference held at Harper Adams University College in February 2011

  • Crimped maize grain for finishing beef cattle - Simon Marsh
  • Grain maize opportunities - Alistair House
  • MGA Research results - Simon Draper - Cultivation, starter fertiliser, drilling dates,seed size and dressings, variety type, slurry, nitrogen, foliar feeds, herbicides, pastic
  • Maize growing in Germany
  • Anaerobic digestion on my farm - Stephen Temple

 

Variety Choice for Biogas Production

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

John Morgan outlines the factors to take into account when choosing maize varieties for biogas production

Corn Borer Identified in South West England

Friday, August 20, 2010

Following a postive identification of Eurpoean Corn Borer damage in the south west during 2010.  This update was mailed to members.

Stoke Bardolf Energy Crop AD (Anaerobic Digestion) - Biogas

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Biogas plant operator, MGA member and past MGA chairman John Jackson reviews the Severn Trent 2 MWe Energy Crop Digester