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AD18 - Protection of Stored Grains and Pulses

AD18 - Protection of Stored Grains and Pulses

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Agrodok 18
Protection of stored grainsand pulses
Inge de Groot
© Agromisa Foundation, Wageningen, 2004.
 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form, by print, photocopy,microfilm or any other means, without written permission from the publisher.
First edition: 1985Fourth revised edition: 2000Fifth edition: 2004Author: Inge de GrootDesign: Janneke ReijndersTranslation: M. VerheijPrinted by: Digigrafi, Wageningen, the NetherlandsISBN: 90-77073-49-3NUGI: 835
This manual deals with problems concerning losses of stored products by storage pests: moulds (fungi), insects and rodents. It is targeted atthose who are involved with providing information on storage tofarmers and co-operatives.The Agrodok describes the main storage pests and gives explanationsof preventive and protective practices. Special attention is given to theuse of natural materials in protecting storage products.You will also find some information on chemical treatment of stored products against pests.Another title in the Agrodok series (No. 31): “The storage of tropicalagricultural products”, is another useful book about storage. The twoAgrodoks are complementary.We would greatly appreciate it if you would write us your experienceson successful local methods to protect storage products. Where possi- ble, they will be included in a future revised edition.Thanks are due to all those who have contributed and have provideduseful information or comments for revision of this booklet.
The author, Wageningen, 1991.
Foreword to the revised edition
A slight revision of this Agrodok has been carried out, including anupdate on the chemicals mentioned. Agromisa prefers to advise not touse chemicals for storage protection, because chemicals are poisonousfor human beings too. But we admit that sometimes using chemicals isnecessary in order to reach a better food security. We follow the inter-national regulations on allowance of chemicals. We realise however,that many chemicals which are prohibited are still being sold, espe-cially in developing countries. We advise the reader not to use these.The Agrodok co-ordinator, Wageningen, 2000

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