Grain storage management : guide for keeping your grain in top condition (1989)
Storage fungi can cause serious losses in stored grain. They are the cause, not the result, of spoilage. Bin burning, mustiness and heating are often associated with storage molds. In wheat, germ damage or "sick" wheat can occur. Storage fungi invade the genns primarily and preferentially, so both commercial grain and grain held for seed are vulnerable to storage molds.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Common storage problems -- Storage molds and their control -- Storage insects and their control -- Aerating and checking grain during storage -- Managing grain in flat stroarage systems -- Observation and actions in management of dry stored grain
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