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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: GRDC Updates
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... Always use a mixture of an organophosphate (for example, Fenitrithion , Actellic or Reldan ) with Methoprene (for example, IGR and Diacon ,) either by mixing them together or bought as a 'twin pack' such as Reldan Plus , to protect grain during storage...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The key to successfully managing grain quality in storage is knowing the target outcome for the grain, careful planning and to matching the storage system to that end... 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 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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