With spring planting creeping closer, area farmers are concentrating on the 2012 crop. But they should give a little attention to stored grain from last year’s crop, a North Dakota State University Extension Service official says.
FARGO - Grain or hay harvested at high-moisture content last fall and not adequately stored or dried may have a higher risk of storage mold this spring.
NDSU Extension Service
, April 27, 2009
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