+ Translate

Ventilated floors for crop storage

, : Ventilated floors for crop storage. Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (904): 11 pp

Factors influencing the choice of ventilated floors used for on-floor storage of grain, oil seed rape, grass seed, potatoes and onions are outlined. Maximum lengths and spacings of ducts are given.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 001507220

Submit PDF Full Text: Here

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Landfald, R., 1956: Storage experiments with apples 1948-1952. Storage in gas compared with storage at low temperature and in ventilated store. Several varieties of apples are compared in respect of their keeping qualities and susceptibility to different forms of spoilage during storage under different conditions of temperature and ventilation. Losses of weight are shown in the tables, al...

Tomava, I.; Sheriev, I.; Bildirev, N.; Trifon, T.; Mladenova, M., 1986: A comparative study of economic data obtained from fattening of calves in barns with slatted floors and water cushions and in barns with slatted floors and year-round underfloor manure storage. Two groups of 25 animals were used. Each group was housed in an enclosed barn with either flush waste disposal or long-term underfloor storage. Health, growth rates and feed conversion efficiency were compared, as well as environmental parameters....

Sabine Schrade; Kerstin Zeyer; Lorenz Gygax; Lukas Emmenegger; Eberhard Hartung; Margret Keck, 2012: Ammonia emissions and emission factors of naturally ventilated dairy housing with solid floors and an outdoor exercise area in Switzerland. From an agricultural and environmental policy perspective there is a pressing need for up-to-date emission data on ammonia (NH3) from dairy farming. The main aim of this study was to determine NH3emissions for the most common dairy farming situati...

Lyngstad, L., 1991: Sales income, harvesting and storage costs for carrots lifted by hand or machine and kept in ventilated or cooled storage. Carrots harvested by hand or machine were kept in either ventilated or cooled storage. Depending on the disease pressure, storage days could explain 60-90% of the variation in rot caused by Mycocentrospora acerina, Rhizoctonia carotae and Botrytis...

Anonymous, 1974: Floors for storage sheds. Beton Landbau: 11 (3) 55-56

Lewis, S., 1982: Radiant floors Solar heat storage. Solar age 7(5): 42-44

Anonymous, 1980: Loose brick floors for grain storage. Leaflet Great Britain Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food Agricultural Development and Advisory Service: (715)

Baryeh, E.A., 1990: Thermal energy storage in concrete and mud for crop storage. Part II. Storage set-up for pepper and chopped okro. Concrete and mud tubes were selected and used with storage chambers to study the storage effectiveness for okro (okra) and pepper. The results indicate that okro and pepper can be stored up to a period of 1 yr without any serious deterioration.

Bodman, G.R.; DeShazer, J.A.; Kocher, M.F.; Schulte, D.D., 1981: Concrete floors for storage and distribution of solar heat. The performance of 2 in-floor storage systems was compared in buildings with an active collector system. Heat storage was provided in one case by an undefined soil mass and in the other by a thermal insulation layer. Results showed that placing th...

Olomutzky,, Y.T.itel, J., 1979: Solar energy storage within heated floors of agricultural buildings. Michigan State University Energy for Agriculture Series ENR: (80-128)