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Preparation and storage of cereals. Part 4. Protective and caring measures by cooling cereals



Preparation and storage of cereals. Part 4. Protective and caring measures by cooling cereals



Muhle + Mischfuttertechnik 132(23): 391-395



The advantages of cooling cereals in order to prevent insect and fungus attack, reduce respiration losses, etc. are discussed.

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