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Effect of insect infestation on stored grain. 3. Studies on kaffir corn (Sorghum vulgare)



Effect of insect infestation on stored grain. 3. Studies on kaffir corn (Sorghum vulgare)



J. Sci. Food Agric 9: 837-839



For part 2 see Abst. 1866, Vol. 28. 3. Kaffir corn (Sorghum vulgare) was stored in jute bags at 85 +or- 5 degrees F. and relative humidity 70 to 75 per cent. and infested with Calandra oryzae, L. within a month of storage. Samples of this and non-infested grain were taken monthly.

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