Register Menu Register – You must enter your Name, email address as your username, password and select a GRDC region before tapping ‘Register’. On a successful ‘Register’ an email will be sent to the email address you entered, so you can confirm the account. If you do not receive a confirmation email after waiting a […]
Source Link GRDC Author: Philip Burrill, DAF Qld. Take home message Seek advice to ensure the right size aeration fans and associated equipment are fitted – ducting, roof vents and fan controller. Not all silo suppliers get it right. Recommended aeration cooling airflow rates are 2 to 4 litres of air per second, per tonne […]
Watch Philip Burrill demonstrate how to fumigate in grain bags.
Hear the do’s and don’ts on grain bags from growers who have used them.
Get the best practice tips on storing grain in bags.
Philip Burrill explains the best way to store planting seed and why.
Its not always easy to tell the difference between types of damaging stored grain pests. Mark Stanaway from the Queensland University of Technology can show you how using cheap digital microscopes in these two videos – on Cryptolestes (grain beetles) and Sitophilus (grain weevils) For assistance identifying storage pests, or confirmation of an identification contact […]
Philip Burrill provides tips when taking advantage of the governments accelerated depreciation rules.
A grain storage template for growers to record site information, best practice activities and records. Also includes a guide to grain storage best practice.
Three species of flat grain beetles (Cryptolestes spp.) occur in stored grain in Australia. Adults are fast moving, small (2mm), flat, with longer antennae than most stored grain pests. Cryptolestes species occur in all grain growing regions of Australia. One species, the rusty grain beetle, Cryptolestes ferrugineus, has developed a strong resistance to phosphine at […]