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Industrial Corn Stover Harvest

Kapil Arora , Mark Licht , Kelvin Leibold

Stakeholders in the corn stover supply chain will have to prepare for variations at harvest in stover moisture, field conditions, equipment operations, and after-harvest storage issues. This publication explains how, if managed improperly, these factors can all lead to poor baled stover quality.

Pages / Length: 11
Publication Date: 03/2014
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