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Low Temperature Drying Systems in Iowa

Charles R. Hurburgh, Jr.

This publication discusses many of the most important decisions you need to make to successfully develop and use low-temperature grain drying systems in Iowa. The information about selecting equipment and operating the bin is appropriate only for corn, and similar for grain sorghum.

Pages / Length: 8
Publication Date: 07/2000
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