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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The capacity of grain bags varies with bag size, which generally ranges from 40 to 90 metres long, and anywhere from 100 to 300 tonnes depending on the type of grain and how much the bag is stretched during filling... Storing grain at higher moisture content in bags not only compromises grain quality but increases the risk of grain swelling and splitting the bag... Take the bait:Reduce mice numbers by setting up bait stations along the grain bags and keep an eye on creases in the bag as mice tend to attack there first...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Deliveries being prepared in 25-kilogram bags... In Indonesia, Interflour is the second largest miller and can produce up to 700,000 tonnes of flour a year at its Eastern Pearl Flour Mills, based in Makassar, the capital of the state of South Sulawesi... While many products, such as sugar, are still loaded into boats from hand-drawn carts at the port, Interflour loads its boats directly from trucks...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Deliveries being prepared in 25-kilogram bags... In Indonesia, Interflour is the second largest miller and can produce up to 700,000 tonnes of flour a year at its Eastern Pearl Flour Mills, based in Makassar, the capital of the state of South Sulawesi... While many products, such as sugar, are still loaded into boats from hand-drawn carts at the port, Interflour loads its boats directly from trucks...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The capacity of grain bags varies with bag size, which generally ranges from 40 to 90 metres long, and anywhere from 100 to 300 tonnes depending on the type of grain and how much the bag is stretched during filling... Storing grain at higher moisture content in bags not only compromises grain quality but increases the risk of grain swelling and splitting the bag... Take the bait:Reduce mice numbers by setting up bait stations along the grain bags and keep an eye on creases in the bag as mice tend to attack there first...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The capacity of grain bags varies with bag size, which generally ranges from 40 to 90 metres long, and anywhere from 100 to 300 tonnes depending on the type of grain and how much the bag is stretched during filling... Storing grain at higher moisture content in bags not only compromises grain quality but increases the risk of grain swelling and splitting the bag... Take the bait:Reduce mice numbers by setting up bait stations along the grain bags and keep an eye on creases in the bag as mice tend to attack there first...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Harvest bags have substantially different features to storage options traditionally used in Australia and are promoted as providing effective non-chemical insect control and grain quality management due to their capacity to create hermetic conditions; a new technology for Australian growers... A summary of practical steps to achieve effective storage performance in scenarios realistic for use of harvest bags is included... Robust recommendations on 'safe' storage practices are required to be established for different grain types stored in harvest bags for medium to long-term (i.e. six to 18 months)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Inoculating legumes back pocket guide.. Inoculating legumes with rhizobia can enhance nitrogen fixation and represents a minor production cost with a potentially substantial payoff in terms increases in legume nodulation, grain and biomass yield, nitrogen fixation and post-crop soil nitrate levels... Inoculating legumes - The Back Pocket Guide was distributed to northern growers in the Grains Research and Development Corporation's (GRDC) Groundcover magazine in the September/October 2013 edition (Issue 106) and can be downloaded at www.grdc.com.au/GRDC-BPG-InoculatingLegumes ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Correct legume inoculation is a key consideration for growers looking to plant chickpeas in the upcoming winter season... Inoculating legumes with rhizobia can enhance nitrogen fixation and represents a minor production cost with a potentially substantial payoff in terms increases in legume nodulation, grain and biomass yield, nitrogen fixation and post-crop soil nitrate levels... Inoculating legumes - The Back Pocket Guide was distributed to northern growers in the Grains Research and Development Corporation's (GRDC) Groundcover magazine in the September/October 2013 edition (Issue 106) and can be downloaded at www.grdc.com.au/GRDC-BPG-InoculatingLegumes ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Do not open this bag unless and until you first read and accept all the terms and conditions set out in (a) the Conditions of Sale and Use below and (b) the Industry Standard PBR Licyence Agreement Terms and Conditions... If, before you open this bag, you do not accept either or both of these, then you must immediately return this product, unopened and in its original condition, to the place thapt you bought it, together with proof of purchase, in order to obtain a refund... 2 you will pay any end point royalties applicable to the seed variety contained in this bag as set out in schedule 2 of the..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The spear is pushed horizontally through a small hole in the membrane into the grain at about chest height... One of Australia's leading grain-storage specialists says silo bags infested with weevils can be successfully and safely fumigated with phosphine using a three-step process... Working with DEEDI's Dr Andrew Ridley and Queensland grain growers Chris and Roland Cook on a Cooperative Research Centre for National Plant Biosecurity (CRC NPB) research project, Mr Burrill found effective fumigation is achieved by: ensuring the silo bag is well sealed; applying the correct dose of phosphine spaced along the bag; and venting the gas safely...
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