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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Harvest logistics, access to receival sites, increasing on-farm use of grain and marketing opportunities are changing the way grain is handled and stored... The growth of intensive livestock industries offers growers opportunities to store and market their grain directly to end-users... Growers need to understand that the grain they store will eventually end up in some way in the food chain, either for milling purposes, malting or as a feed source for animals...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Colin Sinclair and his son Hamish have a mixed farming enterprise near Devenish in north-eastern Victoria, and have stored grain for a number of years, marketing their grain throughout the year... With the increase in the amount of grain being used by the feed market, a decision to increase their on-farm storage was an easy one to make... To date, a combination of silos, sealed and unsealed, and a grain shed have been used to store grain...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Both larvae and adults are general feeders and the damage caused by them is not readily identifiable... Development of egg to adult takes up to 21 days under optimal conditions of 35 C and 75% relative humidity... Good hygiene with storage and handling equipment should minimise infection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Both larvae and adults are general feeders and the damage caused by them is not readily identifiable... Development of egg to adult takes up to 21 days under optimal conditions of 35 C and 75% relative humidity... Good hygiene with storage and handling equipment should minimise infection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Both larvae and adults are general feeders and the damage caused by them is not readily identifiable... Development of egg to adult takes up to 21 days under optimal conditions of 35 C and 75% relative humidity... Good hygiene with storage and handling equipment should minimise infection...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Phosphine needs seal of approval.. Limiting correctly applied phosphine to sealed storages and is the only way to economically control all insects regardless of resistance level or growth stage... The higher the level of resistance, the higher the concentration of phosphine and/or the longer the fumigation period required to control all the life stages of the insect (figure 1)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
On-farm storage quality management: Getting it right botta.. Although we presume there are no insects in grain when being loaded into storage, we generally treat the grain using protectants, or fumigate in gas-tight sealed storage... Fumigating the grain kills any insects present and the aeration maintains grain quality...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" GCTV Stored Grain: Fumigation safety 05 December 2013 Grain storage specialist Philip Burrill discusses safety measures when fumigating grain on-farm in sealed storage... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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