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The cultivation of perennial grasses is one of the most desirable alternatives as energy feedstock, but it is dicult to achieve competitive yields under Mediterranean marginal conditions. The aim of this study was to assess the performance of three cool-season grasses (Agropyron spp.) from an agronomic and energetic point of view by comparing the dry matter (DM) yields, rain use eciency, chemical composition, and biomass quality over an eight-year period in Spain under marginal rainfeddoi:10.5281/zenodo.4032398 fatcat:gu3jrqgmkfbo5a4z4espgtokdi