One of the proposals coming out of the Governor’s State of the State Address is that every gallon of gasoline sold in Missouri contains at least 10 percent ethanol. That’s welcome news to the state’s corn growers, who grow the raw material that goes in the grain-based ethanol. Missouri Corn Growers Association CEO Gary Marhall believes St. Louis lawmakers are already won over on the idea. And, Marshall says since rural lawmakers are generally in favor of the idea, this should pass the Legislature this year. He’s also happy the Governor wants to fully fund the ethanol and biodiesel incentive funds to the tune of nearly $14-Million.