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CLOSE THIS BOOKManual on the Prevention of Post-harvest Grain Losses (GTZ)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTPreface to the second edition
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPreface to the first edition
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIllustrations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Introduction
2. The fundamentals of storage
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.1 Properties of stored produce
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2 Climatic factors in storage
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.3 Further literature
3. Post - harvest losses
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1 Losses in quantity
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2 Losses in quality
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.3 Sources of losses
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.4 Further literature
4. Farm and village level storage
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1 Farm storage methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2 Village level storage
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3 Drying
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4 Pest control on farm level
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5 Further literature
5. Central storage
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.1 Storage facilities
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2 Store management
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3 Further literature
6. Fungi and mycotoxins
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.1 Storage fungi
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.2 Mycotoxins
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.3 Further literature
7. Important pests in storage
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.1 Identification of pests
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.2 Classification of storage pests
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.3 Development of insects
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.4 The effect changes in climate on development
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.5 The use of various sources of food by pests
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.6 Morphological features of insects
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.7 Storage pest species
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.8 Further literature
8. Pest control using insecticides
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.1 Insecticides
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.2 Application techniques
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.3 Calculating the dosage of insecticides in stored product pest control
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4 Precautionary measures
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.5 Equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.6 Further literature
9. Pest control using fumigants
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.1 Areas of application for fumigants
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.2 Fumigants
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.3 Measuring the gas concentration in the air
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.4 Safety regulations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.5 First aid
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.6 Equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.7 Further literature
10. Integrated pest management
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.1 Mechanical methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.2 Physical methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3 Biological control methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.4 Biotechnical methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.5 Literature
11. Rodent pests
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.1 Characteristic features of rodents
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.2 Rodents as storage pests
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.3 Damage and losses
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.4 Biology of rodents
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.5 Signs of rodent infestation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.6 Preventive measures
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.7 Control measures
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.8 Safety measures
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.9 First aid measures in case of poisoning
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.10 Equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.11 Further literature
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