Signs of Insect Infestations in Stored Grains

Post-harvest insect damage to stored grains is estimated to cost the U.S. agricultural industry upwards of $2.5 billion a year.

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If you find signs of bugs in stored grain, it is important to properly identify which insects are present to know the most effective means of control.

Protect Stored Grains from Weevils

Weevils infesting stored grain pose a threat to grain quality and present a specific set of challenges when trying to control these insects. 

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Weevils infesting stored grain pose a threat to grain quality and present a specific set of challenges when trying to control these insects.

Get Control of Insects in Stored Corn

Storing corn, even for a short time, requires a proactive defense against insects that could lead to damaged grain and a reduced bottom line.

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Know the Enemy: Stored Grain Insect Identification

Before you start a plan of attack to get rid of unwanted bugs in grain, you need to know just who you’re fighting against.

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Know the Enemy: Stored Grain Insect Identification

Check Off Costly Insects With this Pre-Bin Treatment Checklist

Treating post-harvest grains is important, and knowing how to properly treat empty bins can help prevent insect infestations. To aid in insect control, follow the Bug Free Grains pre-bin checklist.

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Protect Grains from Stored Grain Insects with the S.L.A.M. Approach

For the most effective control of stored grain insects, Central Life Sciences recommends following the S.L.A.M. strategy comprised of four simple steps.

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Proper sanitation is the key first step of a comprehensive S.L.A.M. integrated pest management program for stored grain.