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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Storing pulses successfully requires a balance between ideal harvest and storage conditions... Harvesting at 14 per cent moisture content captures grain quality and reduces mechanical damage to the seed but requires careful management to avoid deterioration during storage... eftover bags of grain Chemicals used for structural treatments do not list the specific use before storing pulses on their labels and MrLs in pulses for those products are either extremely low or nil...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Storing pulses successfully requires a balance between ideal harvest and storage conditions... Harvesting at 14 per cent moisture content captures grain quality and reduces mechanical damage to the seed but requires careful management to avoid deterioration during storage... eftover bags of grain Chemicals used for structural treatments do not list the specific use before storing pulses on their labels and MrLs in pulses for those products are either extremely low or nil...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
With wet weather hampering what is left of the Western Australian harvest, growers are advised to act promptly to deal with high-moisture grain... Detailed advice to help growers manage grain which is over the standard safe storage moisture content of 12.5 per cent is outlined in the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Grain Storage Fact Sheet - Dealing with high-moisture grain... Continuous flow drying - grain is transferred through a dryer, which uses a high volume of heated air to pass through the continual flow of grain;..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
The paper includes results from an across sites and years analysis for the period 1999-2001 (Table 2), as well as preliminary results from the 2002 trial series (Table 3)... The scope of specific research programs being undertaken to improve the quality of Australia's winter cereal grains will be described... Provided that there are no physical or chemical constraints and soil water is present, crops such as mungbean have the potential to root to around 90cm and wheat, sorghum and cotton to 150-180cm...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
There are a number of ways to deal with high-moisture grain - the key is to act quickly and effectively... Cooling before batching: Batch drying (shown ) is one method of dealing with high-moisture grain and aeration cooling in storage can be used to hold grain safely before it can be put through the dryer... Higher airflow rates allow more heat to be added as it will push each drying front through the storage quick enough to avoid over heating the grain close to the aeration ducting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
There are a number of ways to deal with high-moisture grain - the key is to act quickly and effectively... Cooling before batching: Batch drying (shown ) is one method of dealing with high-moisture grain and aeration cooling in storage can be used to hold grain safely before it can be put through the dryer... Higher airflow rates allow more heat to be added as it will push each drying front through the storage quick enough to avoid over heating the grain close to the aeration ducting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
There are a number of ways to deal with high-moisture grain - the key is to act quickly and effectively... Cooling before batching: Batch drying (shown ) is one method of dealing with high-moisture grain and aeration cooling in storage can be used to hold grain safely before it can be put through the dryer... Higher airflow rates allow more heat to be added as it will push each drying front through the storage quick enough to avoid over heating the grain close to the aeration ducting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Grain at typical harvest temperatures of 25-30 C and moisture content greater than 13-14 per cent provides ideal conditions for mould and insect growth (see Figure 1)... There are a number of ways to deal with high-moisture grain - the key is to act quickly and effectively... Cooling before batching:Batch drying (shown ) is one method of dealing with high-moisture grain and aeration cooling in storage can be used to hold grain safely before it can be put through the dryer...
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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 Updates (South)
The paper includes results from an across sites and years analysis for the period 1999-2001 (Table 2), as well as preliminary results from the 2002 trial series (Table 3)... The scope of specific research programs being undertaken to improve the quality of Australia's winter cereal grains will be described... Provided that there are no physical or chemical constraints and soil water is present, crops such as mungbean have the potential to root to around 90cm and wheat, sorghum and cotton to 150-180cm...
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