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aflatoxin contamination

Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Dryland Production Systems The emerging aflatoxin food safety issue in peanut threaten the future viability of peanut production in the dryland production regions, as processors, exporters and consumers continue to demand high quality and safe food... Aflatoxins are a group of toxins produced in peanut kernels by the fungus Aspergillus flavus under certain conditions of high temperature and lowered moisture availability, and cause severe illness and possible death in high doses... Aflatoxin contamination in peanut kernels continues to be a.....
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Kernels contaminated with aflatoxin bring a reduced price and, in cases of very high levels, may be downgraded to oil quality... High soil temperatures and drought during flowering and podfill are the major causes of aflatoxin contamination... Leaving peanuts in the windrow to dry to 13% moisture increases the risk of aflatoxin because of the chance of rain re-wetting the crop...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Kernels contaminated with aflatoxin bring a reduced price and, in cases of very high levels, may be downgraded to oil quality... High soil temperatures and drought during flowering and podfill are the major causes of aflatoxin contamination... Leaving peanuts in the windrow to dry to 13% moisture increases the risk of aflatoxin because of the chance of rain re-wetting the crop...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Kernels contaminated with aflatoxin bring a reduced price and, in cases of very high levels, may be downgraded to oil quality... High soil temperatures and drought during flowering and podfill are the major causes of aflatoxin contamination... Leaving peanuts in the windrow to dry to 13% moisture increases the risk of aflatoxin because of the chance of rain re-wetting the crop...
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