Why was corn used to make so much biofuel?

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    Most biofuel is made by fermenting carbohydrates from sugars found in certain types of fuel products.  The result is called cellulosic biomass, or biological energy material made directly from living things.  This can theoretically be corn, wheat, soybean, or from sugarcane.  Typically corn and soybeans are the most widely used sources of biomass due to their relatively low cost and ready availability.  However, biomass can be made out of non-food sources such as grass, trees, or algae.

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