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Stored Grain oilseed storage
Grain Quality

Storing Oilseeds

Storing oilseeds is more difficult than storing cereal grains as they are more susceptible to quality deterioration and have limited insect control options. The decision

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Grain Storage chicpea silo
Grain Quality

Storing Pulses

Storing pulses successfully requires a balance between ideal harvest and storage conditions. Harvesting at 14 per cent moisture content captures grain quality and reduces mechanical

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Stored Grain pressure testing
Grain Storage Facilities

Pressure testing sealable silos

Fumigating with phosphine in unsealed silos does not kill pests at all stages of their life cycle. Repeat fumigations in unsealed silos increases resistance levels

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Stored Grain Aeration cooling
Grain Aeration

Aeration cooling for pest control

Grain aeration provides growers with a powerful tool to maintain grain quality during harvest and storage. Aeration cooling may not eliminate the need for chemical

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