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Aerating grain in storage creates cool, uniform moisture conditions throughout the grain bulk... A simple device called an 'A-Flow' has been developed to measure the air-flow rate of an aeration system to check its performance... A simple calculation can then determine the volume of air (cubic metres or litres per second) the aeration fan is pushing into the grain storage...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Aerating grain in storage creates cool, uniform moisture conditions throughout the grain bulk... A simple device called an 'A-Flow' has been developed to measure the air-flow rate of an aeration system to check its performance... A simple calculation can then determine the volume of air (cubic metres or litres per second) the aeration fan is pushing into the grain storage...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Aerating grain in storage creates cool, uniform moisture conditions throughout the grain bulk... A simple device called an 'A-Flow' has been developed to measure the air-flow rate of an aeration system to check its performance... A simple calculation can then determine the volume of air (cubic metres or litres per second) the aeration fan is pushing into the grain storage...
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Emergency chemical permit to protect Lower EP canola crop Lower Eyre Peninsula canola growers have welcomed an emergency permit to use an insecticide to combat the destructive diamondback moth (DBM) this growing season... The emergency permit, issued by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA), provides growers with the means to prevent significant crop losses, should DBM again develop into a serious crop threat this season... LEADA spokesman Mark Modra says the 45,000 hectare (67,000 tonne) canola crop on Lower EP is currently valued at around $40 million. "..
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Emergency chemical permit to protect Lower EP canola crop Lower Eyre Peninsula canola growers have welcomed an emergency permit to use an insecticide to combat the destructive diamondback moth (DBM) this growing season... The emergency permit, issued by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA), provides growers with the means to prevent significant crop losses, should DBM again develop into a serious crop threat this season... LEADA spokesman Mark Modra says the 45,000 hectare (67,000 tonne) canola crop on Lower EP is currently valued at around $40 million. "..
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MITEY USEFUL GUIDE: The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has released a Back Pocket Guide to assist growers in correctly identifying crop mites... Cesar entomologist Dr Paul Umina, who collaborated with GRDC in developing the guide, says mites are small in size and often go unnoticed, but are an important pest group attacking Australian grain crops. ".. The guide is designed to assist growers in identifying the most commonly observed mite species found in the southern and western cropping regions," Dr Umina said...
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GRDC PADDOCK DIARY: One of most useful tools available to grain growers this cropping season is the Grains Research and Development Corporation's 2011 Ground Cover Paddock Diary... The GRDC paddock diary can be previewed at www.grdc.com.au/GRDC-PaddockDiary2011... Region National < Keep browsing 0 Responses to GRDC Paddock Diary..
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All baiting must be completed by late August or at least two months before harvest, according to the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) Entomology Unit... SARDI entomologist Kym Perry says very high snail populations this season increase the risk of snails becoming a grain contaminant at harvest, potentially clogging machinery or leading to downgrades. ".. The next few weeks are the last opportunity to bait to reduce snail populations prior to harvest now is the time to monitor and assess the need to bait," said Mr Perry, whose work is supported by growers and the Australian Government through the Grains Research and Development Corporation's (GRDC) investment in the National Invertebrate Pest Initiative (NIPI)...
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All baiting must be completed by late August or at least two months before harvest, according to the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) Entomology Unit... SARDI entomologist Kym Perry says very high snail populations this season increase the risk of snails becoming a grain contaminant at harvest, potentially clogging machinery or leading to downgrades. ".. The next few weeks are the last opportunity to bait to reduce snail populations prior to harvest now is the time to monitor and assess the need to bait," said Mr Perry, whose work is supported by growers and the Australian Government through the Grains Research and Development Corporation's (GRDC) investment in the National Invertebrate Pest Initiative (NIPI)...
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MITEY USEFUL GUIDE: The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has released a Back Pocket Guide to assist growers in correctly identifying crop mites... Cesar entomologist Dr Paul Umina, who collaborated with GRDC in developing the guide, says mites are small in size and often go unnoticed, but are an important pest group attacking Australian grain crops. ".. The guide is designed to assist growers in identifying the most commonly observed mite species found in the southern and western cropping regions," Dr Umina said...
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