the way there doing is they have dedicated fields for growing fuel as to not touch the grain for food. so you have 2 farmers. fuel farmers and food farmers.E85 contains a lot less BTU's than the conventional mix, so you will get less miles per gallon than with regular gasoline. Some people (like my cousin who tried it for a while in his truck) claim there is hardly any savings in fuel cost at all.
It can corrode the metal and rubber parts in the fuel systems of cars not designed for it. Probably will eat the rubber seal in your lawnmower float bowl.
But you do get to support the higher food costs that result from less grains in our food supply.
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