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4 Tips to Avoid Mold Growth in Stored Grains

Mold growth in dried food such as grains, maize, or rice is not an appetizing sight. Farmers and handlers detest mold because it means their products are tainted and this results in a loss in their profits.

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Why Silo Storage is Problematic

Many of those in the agricultural sector are familiar with silo storage as a means to hold bulk commodities such as grains, cement, coal, and many other products. This popular storage option has been around for many decades, becoming mainstream since the modern upright silo was known to be made back in the 1870s.

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Organic Pest Control for Stored Grain Insects

Stored grain pests account for a significant amount of loss every year in the agricultural sector. Handlers of dry agricultural commodities know the extent of damage that these various insects can bring, such as the lesser grain borer’s tendency to decimate stored grains or the rice weevil’s ability to render nutritious rice as inedible. Whatever the pest may be, farmers and traders strive to find solutions in order to prevent such from happening.

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