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If ethanol blends were raised to 30 percent, does anyone really think that there would be no impact on the prices paid by consumers for corn-fed chicken, eggs, pork, beef, and milk? Department of Agriculture reported in that such tillage practices were used on a little more than 30 percent of all U. The American Automobile Association AAA has objected to ethanol blend increases even to 15 percent, noting that it could cause accelerated engine wear and failure, as well as fuel-system damage. In the face of these tribulations, the revisionist ethanol narrative makes a number of shaky assumptions. But as to the extent of its use on cornfields, the U. Increasing our reliance on corn ethanol in the coming decades is doubling down on a poor bet. To date, ethanol has been antithetical to fuel economy. Corn prices then fell back as farmers responded to high prices with record plantings. But ethanol is no exception. The essence of the argument that we need more, not less, ethanol in our gas tanks is linked to the U. When corn is cheap and oil prices are high, ethanol margins are fat. As Samuel Johnson remarked of a second marriage, this narrative reads like a triumph of hope over experience. According to the U. As ethanol production took off in the mids, aided and abetted by a panoply of federal and state subsidies, it chewed up so much corn so fast that it was hoisted on its own petard as corn prices rose to record highs in while oil prices weakened. Meat-producing animals consumed an average of 38 percent of the U. In support, they cite studies related to the impacts of aromatic hydrocarbons from gasoline additives used to boost octane, which lead in turn to secondary particulates with impacts on human health. The truth is, however, that growing corn in the U. Search Search. Growing corn to run our cars was a bad idea 10 years ago. At present, though, fewer than 2 percent of filling stations in the U. Advocates of E30 argue that such inefficiencies can be overcome if high-compression engines are tuned to use the fuel and are certified under EPA rules, making such engines more akin to racecars. Will It Last?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} As for the environmental costs of increased corn production, they contend that vastly improved agricultural methods are steadily reducing the use of chemicals and fertilizers on cornfields. Higher-ethanol blends still produce significant levels of air pollution, reduce fuel efficiency, jack up corn and other food prices, and have been treated with skepticism by some car manufacturers for the damage they do to engines. Second, the higher the price of oil, the more economically ethanol can be blended with gasoline. Yet even though a portion of the corn product distilled into ethanol can be recovered for animal feed, this does not mean that corn directly available for feed has not been reduced by allocating close to 30 to 40 percent to ethanol. The part about livestock is absolutely true. Yet despite years of bad ethanol reviews , some prominent figures including former Senator Tim Wirth and attorney C. The higher the price of corn, the more expensive it is to divert from feeding animals or making high-fructose corn syrup and instead distill it as alcohol fuel for cars and trucks. Apart from the scientific evidence that ethanol-based particles in air can kill people and make them sick, more recent scientific analysis links corn for ethanol to declining bee populations, with potentially catastrophic implications for many other high-value agricultural crops almonds, apples that depend on these insects for pollination. Shrouded in the political fumes and corrosive influence of special interests, the economic fundamentals of ethanol are clear in the light of day. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Ethanol, which seemed like a good idea when huge federal subsidies and mandates were put in place a decade ago, now seems like a very poor idea indeed. Without such a break in the blend wall, the renewable fuel standards mandates are in trouble. The idea that ethanol demand has no effect on corn prices would come as news to economists documenting its continuing pivotal role. Brian Wright , an agricultural economist at the University of California at Berkeley has noted that real corn prices have nearly doubled since the ethanol mandates of Reality check from the Corn Belt: Conservation tillage has been practiced intensively for more than 40 years and has shown real environmental improvements over the erosive open plowing of the past. The ethanol industry and others are proposing raising the blend level to 30 percent. Without question, hydrocarbon fuels have negative health impacts. Boyden Gray in the accompanying article offer a revanchist argument: Ethanol is not really so bad after all, and we should significantly increase its blending with gasoline from 10 to 30 percent. Then there is the issue of vehicle engine efficiency. Ethanol sales are actually projected to decline, according to a Congressional Budget Office report , from billion gallons to billion gallons in , which is one reason behind the urgency of the ethanol industry to adopt higher blend levels. But when corn prices rise and oil prices fall, ethanol margins are flat. For this and a host of other reasons, the push to substantially boost the use of corn-based ethanol to power our cars is extremely ill advised. Despite recent weakness, corn prices remain nearly double their level of when the major elements of ethanol subsidies and mandates began to be put in place. Two prices determine its profitability: the price of corn and the price of oil. But this would mean further EPA regulatory backing for E30 to assure its availability. If anything, a ranking of nine energy sources in relation to global climate found that cellulosic and corn-based ethanol E85 were ranked last of nine technologies with respect to climate, air pollution, land use, wildlife damage, and chemical waste. Boyden Gray. While the overall impacts on climate remain uncertain , there is no clear evidence that ethanol is part of the solution rather than the problem. Today, oil prices remain low and corn prices are strengthening again. In fact, thanks to improvements in farming techniques, increasing the amount of corn ethanol in U. The effort to rehabilitate corn ethanol is linked to the perceived insufficiency of federal mandates โ€” known as the Renewable Fuel Standard โ€” requiring an escalating quantity of ethanol from corn and cellulosic sources to be blended with gasoline annually until Cellulosic ethanol, which was supposed to supplant that made from corn in meeting the mandate, has proven a monumental disappointment , and the EPA has taken a big step back from requiring its use. Corn fields in the United States heartland. Third, proponents of E30 blends submit that corn used for ethanol โ€” now about 30 to 40 percent of the U. Ethanol demand for corn has also contributed to major withdrawals of acres from the federal Conservation Reserve Program CRP , which were taken out of production precisely because they were highly vulnerable to erosion. A key argument of E30 proponents is that higher-ethanol blends would reduce the need for alternative fuel additives that may have negative health effects.