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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Grain growers are first in the value chain and have a pivotal role when it comes to determining the quality of grain offered to Australia's export and domestic markets... Making well informed on-farm decisions in areas such as early harvest, selection of storage type, insect pest control, hygiene, grain moisture management, cooling aeration and fumigation practices, will have a significant impact on the market value of a parcel of grain... A well designed and managed grain storage facility provides grain growers with the ability to 'add further value' to harvested grain...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The application of commonly recommended management principles has eradicated a strain of grain storage insects with strong phosphine resistance, located on a Western Australian farm... It is believed to be the first time that elimination of on-farm grain storage insects with strong phosphine resistance has been scientifically documented and confirmed in Australia and possibly the world... Mr Newman said the case of strong resistance was one of only a handful which had developed in WA within the last five years...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Western Australian growers storing grain for seed or sale are encouraged to attend regional workshops following the detection and eradication of grain storage insects with strong phosphine resistance in the Central Midlands region... "The insects were eradicated by a team led by DAFWA entomologist Rob Emery and grain storage consultant Chris Newman, as part of this project supported by the GRDC and the Plant Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre (PBCRC)," he said... "Phosphine resistance occurs through using phosphine in seed and storage silos that are not adequately sealed to meet the Australian standard," he said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Western Australian growers storing grain for seed or sale are encouraged to attend regional workshops following the detection and eradication of grain storage insects with strong phosphine resistance in the Central Midlands region... "The insects were eradicated by a team led by DAFWA entomologist Rob Emery and grain storage consultant Chris Newman, as part of this project supported by the GRDC and the Plant Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre (PBCRC)," he said... "Phosphine resistance occurs through using phosphine in seed and storage silos that are not adequately sealed to meet the Australian standard," he said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
CRC for National Plant Biosecurity is a Co-operative Research Centre to undertake research to strengthen the plant biosecurity scientifica capacity of Australia... The CRC NPB started operating in November 2005 and aims to provide leadership in the development, execution and delivery of plant biosecurity..... Natural heat from the sun, which causes hot air to rise, is providing new strategies to improve phosphine fumigation and safely eliminate insects from stored grain...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Control options, inspecting grain and treating storages.. Chemicals to treat insects in stored grain.. Aeration for cooling and drying..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Control options, inspecting grain and treating storages.. Chemicals to treat insects in stored grain.. Aeration for cooling and drying..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Control options, inspecting grain and treating storages.. Chemicals to treat insects in stored grain.. Aeration for cooling and drying..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A targeted mission to improve on-farm storage.. Learning how to correctly and safely store grain on farm is essential to ensure quality.. Issues covered at the workshops include monitoring and identifying pests, key hygiene sites, aeration cooling, effective phosphine fumigation, selection of storages and practical farm storage strategies that apply an integrated approach to controlling pests and maintaining quality...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A targeted mission to improve on-farm storage.. Learning how to correctly and safely store grain on farm is essential to ensure quality.. Issues covered at the workshops include monitoring and identifying pests, key hygiene sites, aeration cooling, effective phosphine fumigation, selection of storages and practical farm storage strategies that apply an integrated approach to controlling pests and maintaining quality...
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