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Rewarming "Supercold" Grain

Rewarming Product code: GQ-17-W

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This three-page publication entitled, "Rewarming 'Supercold' Grain" discusses how some farmers attempted to "freeze" corn to improve its keeping quality through spring and summer. To avoid spoilage and mold, it is necessary to cool grain to 30-35 degrees as soon after binning as possible. Some other topics covered include grain below 25 degrees, cold and dry grain, holding grain, and warming times.

Produced

3/17/1994

Author

Maier, Dirk

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