Renewable Sources of Energy. 4. Hydro-electric5. Solar6. Wind7. Biomass8. Geothermal. How Energy is Consumed in Agriculture. Gas and diesel:Fuel for farm power and transportation.Electricity:Used for pumping irrigation water, processing, and refrigeration.Natural gas:Used for producing fertilizer, heating greenhouses, and processing food products..
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1. Non-renewable Sources of Energy
2. Renewable Sources of Energy
3. How Energy is Consumed in Agriculture Gas and diesel:
Fuel for farm power and transportation.
Used for pumping irrigation water, processing, and refrigeration.
Used for producing fertilizer, heating greenhouses, and processing food products.
4. Alternative Energy Sources in Agriculture Biomass: Wood, crop stubble, etc. used to produce heat, methane gas, or fuel alcohol.
Fuel Alcohol: Corn, sugar cane, etc. processed & fermented to provide ethanol.
Methane gas: Captured from decomposing manure or crop residue & used to run machinery, heat water
Solar & wind: Captured and turned into usable energy to run equipment.