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Fumigation to control insects in stored grain
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The major advantage of fumigation with phosphine (often referred to as bombing or gasing using Fostoxin, Fumitoxin etc) is that insects can be controlled without moving the grain... Phosphine gas moves readily through grain from the point of application... See the full report on insect management in stored grains for: information on phosphine detectors guidelines for staying safe when using phosphine improving effectiveness with phosphine shortcuts for quick treatment of grains..
Final Report: DAQ00028 - Grain storage extension: Improved use of drying and cooling, and scoping the future of extension
GRDC Final Reports
Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
GRDC Updates (North)