Benefits from changes in ethanol blend

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U.S. corn growers produced another big crop in 2009. Rather than weighing on the market, the 2009 crop could be a plus if EPA approves an increase to a 15-percent ethanol blend in motor fuels. Still the 2009 could present some problems because of the amount of time it remained in the field, according to Iowa State University’s Charles Hurburgh.

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