Speaking on the species of the genus of Miscanthus (also: elephant grass or Chinese reed, Chinese grass), we usually mean very fast-growing, winterhardy, deciduous bunch grasses (no bothering offshoots like bamboo).
Along with ornamental varieties of miscanthus, the prevailing sort in agriculture or in the area of renewable energy is Miscanthus (sinensis) x giganteus that we would like to introduce to you in more details in the following Miscanthus Newsletter and in further information!
A Brief Miscanthus Newsletter
For everyone who would like to have the most important information on miscanthus, elephant grass or Chinese reed quickly, we have prepared a Brief Info on Miscanthus containing the following items:
- General use of miscanthus
- Cultivation and a video about planting miscanthus
- Important information on miscanthus / Chinese grass protection
- Interesting things about Chinese reed fertilization and harvesting
- A rough overview of revenues and costs of elephant grass
Here you can find the summarized Brief Newsletter on Elephant Grass.
Detailed Information on Miscanthus, Elephant Grass, Chinese Reed
Then you can find more information with the following details
- Soil/Climate Requirements of Miscanthus and Chinese Reed
- Preparatory Measures for Planting Miscanthus
- Info on Planting Material and Everything about Planting of Chinese Grass
- Cultivation and Detailed Information on Miscanthus Plant Protection
- Useful Lives of Energy Grasses
- Elephant Grass Lodging at Snow
- Miscanthus Maturing
- Detailed Information on Revenues and Harvesting of Chinese Reed
- Miscanthus Restocking
- Utilization of Miscanthus
Here you can get to the summarized detailed information about miscanthus