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Viability of soybeans in storage


, : Viability of soybeans in storage. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (84-3570): 11 pp

High temp. and moisture content negatively affected soyabean viability during on-farm and laboratory controlled environment storage. Trash and splits found in on-farm stored soyabeans also led to sharp reductions in viability.


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