Simulation of Ambient-air Drying of Fungicide-treated, High-moisture Corn in Iowa

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1994
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Misra, Manjit
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Twenty-six years of Des Moines, Iowa, weather data were used in a computer simulation of ambient air drying of fungi-resistant and fungi-susceptible corn hybrids treated with Rovral® fungicide. Drying of 20 and 24% moisture corn harvested 15 October was simulated. Compared with the susceptible corn hybrid (DF20¥DF12) under the same conditions, the resistant corn hybrid (FR35¥FR20) had lower airflow requirements and used less fan energy. Rovral fungicide-treated corn had a lower rate of grain deterioration, required lower airflow rates, and used less fan energy than untreated corn.

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This article is from Transactions of the ASABE 37 (1994): 1555–1560, doi:10.13031/2013.28240. Posted with permission.

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Sat Jan 01 00:00:00 UTC 1994
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