Grain now in storage requires monitoring for insects and spoilage: Extension News
HUTCHINSON -- Stored grain must be monitored so that insect infestations or grain spoilage can be detected before serious losses occur. It is recommended that growers check stored grain bi-weekly during the critical fall and spring months when outside air temperatures are changing rapidly and during the summer.
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