Miscanthus fuscus

Miscanthus fuscus , one of three species known as elephant grass , is a South Asian grass species first described by William Roxburgh , and was given by George Bentham . Miscanthus fuscus is included in the genus silvergrasses , and the grass family . No subspecies are listed in the Catalog of Life .

The bamboo-like plant grows rapidly up to 3 meters high, generating a high yield of biomass with low ash content, suitable for use in electricity generation . [1]


  1. Jump up^ “Miscanthus, a revolutionary biomass crop” . Retrieved 10 April 2017 .