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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Dormancy and water sensitivity are undesirable post-harvest because barley varieties with these two traits generally need months of storage for the seed to be suitable for malting... Dr Reuss and his team investigated three main options: using agricultural chemicals to break dormancy before or after storage.. After testing a total of 20 agricultural chemicals, the team found that several were so toxic that they could not be used (they killed the barley seed), and many did not effectively break dormancy...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The review demonstrated the safety and natural occurrence of ethyl formate in the diet... In bin fumigant monitoring: In each trial, ethyl formate and CO 2 levels were measured in five critical places in the silos except Trial 6 in which measurements were taken from one position only... Monitoring systems: The Miran SapphIRe (Thermo Environmental Instruments) programmable infra-red gas analyser was used to measure ethyl formate without interference by CO 2 at occupational exposure levels (100 ppm) and below...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The fumigant offers rapid disinfestation and can address the impending loss of the existing pest control option, dichlorvos # ... For grain that just meets trade moisture limits (e.g. wheat at 12% w/w), MITC and EF residue concentrations on grain (maximum residue limit 0.1 ppm) will be achieved within 14 days after application without fan-forced ventilation (wheat, canola, barley, oats and peas)... Ethyl formate is flammable (like ethanol) GL02 product will require transport and storage under flammable liquid approved arrangements...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
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..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
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..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
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..
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