Minnesota: Prevent Stored Grain Pest Issues Before Winter Sep 25, 2021

    🕔Sep 25, 2021
    Late summer and early fall is time ensure infested and spoiled grain in bins from previous harvests won’t cause more problems for this year’s harvest.  Over the summer, insect infestations […]

    Ohio: For Safety’s Sake, Don’t Take Drying Shortcuts with Stored Corn Oct 27, 2020

    🕔Oct 27, 2020
    Wet weather conditions are causing concerns with the 2020 corn crop going into storage. Proper management of stored grain will be the key to eliminating risks to human health and […]

    Midwest Flooding: 150K Growers, 16Mln Acres Apr 25, 2019

    🕔Apr 25, 2019
    The Midwest flooding crisis has already damaged grain and potentially many grain bin structures and is expected to present problems into July, impacting the current planting season. A geospatial intersection of […]

    Texas: Stored Grain Pest Workshop, Lubbock, April 26 Apr 17, 2019

    🕔Apr 17, 2019
    The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office of Lubbock County and Great Plains Chemicals & Fumigation will hold the annual Lubbock County Stored Grain Pest Workshop on April 26. On-site […]

    Grain Storage: Monitor Moisture Content, Temperature to Avoid Losses Mar 13, 2019

    🕔Mar 13, 2019
    As outdoor temperatures increase, stored grain requires attention to prevent losses, says Ken Hellevang, North Dakota State University Extension agricultural engineer and grain drying expert. The stored grain temperature increases […]

    Georgia: 2017 Stored Grain Protectants Jul 28, 2017

    🕔Jul 28, 2017
    For the first time in many years, we have many new products on the market for protecting stored grains.

    North Dakota: Keep Stored Grain Cool and Dry During Summer May 13, 2015

    🕔May 13, 2015
    Stored grain needs to be cool and dry during the summer, a North Dakota State University Extension Service grain drying expert says. “Cold or cool grain has been safely stored […]

    Stored Grain: 4 Tips to Prevent Spoiling Mar 19, 2015

    🕔Mar 19, 2015
    The first significant warmup of the year should be a reminder to check stored grain frequently. If good practices were followed through the fall and winter seasons, grain temperatures should […]


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