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Contents tagged with grain storage

2 January 2020

This page covers seedling blight, foot/crown rot, ear (head) blight and fusarium mycotoxins

30 October 2019

Farmers will be able to store grain destined for animal feed, export and non-food users until Friday 15 November 2019

18 June 2019

Calculate rainfall-related mycotoxin scores and target T3 fungicide sprays in wheat

27 February 2019

Levels of erucic acid in double-low oilseed rape crops can become elevated due to contamination from volunteers (via seeds or cross-pollination)

13 March 2020

Our Harvest Toolkit includes a wealth of information on market prices, harvest results, straw, good sampling practice, grain storage and grain marketing

28 January 2020

Higher than expected levels of erucic acid have been found in seed grown from double-low oilseed rape varieties. These guidelines highlight the key risk points where management of erucic acid levels can make a difference.

13 February 2020

Designed for analysts who test wheat, barley and oilseed rape, these modules and publication can be used to improve the standard of testing across the UK.

11 February 2019

Grain moisture content is critical from harvest, through storage, to final sale of cereals and oilseeds.

13 February 2020

Safe, effective grain storage is key to assuring crop quality and helping prevent loss of premiums through claims and rejections.

13 February 2020

Understanding the quality and condition of grain is crucial. Accurate sampling at each stage of the grain chain is required to develop that understanding. It should help to reduce waste and minimise charges, claims and rejections.

27 January 2020

See the signs of defects and impurities in stored cereal (wheat and barley). This poster shows examples of physical damage, disease, pests, screenings and weed seeds.

27 January 2020

This poster shows the more common of over 50 insect and mites species that may occur in grain stores. Correct identification is important.