About Miscanthus

Each tonne of Miscanthus burnt, in replacement of coal, will prevent up to two tonnes of carbon dioxide being emitted. In addition, the growing of the crop is likely to also become a means of saving carbon, as the crop actively sequesters amounts below ground.

  • High dry matter yield
  • Efficient use of available nutrients
  • Efficient water usage due to deep rooting
  • No recognized Pests & Diseases
  • Requires no Pesticides or chemical fertilizers

Dr Heat hope to be in a position soon to supply heat logs made solely from pure miscanthus. We recognize shortages of wood fuel becoming a problem in the future with the ever increasing demand for Timber Heat Logs and similar products on the market.