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Storage of barley in an underground pit sealed with a polyethylene liner
Year:
1967
Authors :
דונהאי, עזרא יונתן
;
.
נברו, שלמה
;
.
קלדרון, משה
;
.
Volume :
3
Co-Authors:
Donahaye, E., Department of Plant Protection, Jaffa, Israel
Navarro, S., Department of Plant Protection, Jaffa, Israel
Calderon, M., Department of Plant Protection, Jaffa, Israel
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From page:
359
To page:
364
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Total pages:
6
)
Abstract:
Fifty tons of locally grown barley were stored in an underground pit hermetically sealed inside a polyethylene liner at Kibbutz Lahav. Gas measurements and observations showed that a satisfactory hermetic seal was obtained within the liner after seven weeks of storage (1·0-3·2 per cent O2). However, the efficiency of the seal was reduced by the gnawing activity of rodents which damaged the liner, and this appears to be a limiting factor for this type of storage. Changes in moisture content and in germination power were minimal during the storage period. Marked seasonal temperature changes were only recorded at the periphery of the grain bulk, while at the centre the temperature remained stable. The barley which was removed after 15 months of storage, during nine of which the liner was sealed, was clean, of natural brightness and colour, of low moisture content, and uninfested. © 1967.
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0
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Publication Type:
מאמר
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Language:
אנגלית
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30700
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Scientific Publication
Storage of barley in an underground pit sealed with a polyethylene liner
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Donahaye, E., Department of Plant Protection, Jaffa, Israel
Navarro, S., Department of Plant Protection, Jaffa, Israel
Calderon, M., Department of Plant Protection, Jaffa, Israel
Storage of barley in an underground pit sealed with a polyethylene liner
Fifty tons of locally grown barley were stored in an underground pit hermetically sealed inside a polyethylene liner at Kibbutz Lahav. Gas measurements and observations showed that a satisfactory hermetic seal was obtained within the liner after seven weeks of storage (1·0-3·2 per cent O2). However, the efficiency of the seal was reduced by the gnawing activity of rodents which damaged the liner, and this appears to be a limiting factor for this type of storage. Changes in moisture content and in germination power were minimal during the storage period. Marked seasonal temperature changes were only recorded at the periphery of the grain bulk, while at the centre the temperature remained stable. The barley which was removed after 15 months of storage, during nine of which the liner was sealed, was clean, of natural brightness and colour, of low moisture content, and uninfested. © 1967.
Scientific Publication
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