Global policy-makers, politicians, agricultural scientists need to find better ways to preserve harvests

Countries should provide proper infrastructure to preserve grains, including appropriately-designed systems for handling and storage, aeration and drying, and ongoing grain quality monitoring. 

By Digvir S. Jayas

PUBLISHED : Friday, March 21, 2014 8:44 PM

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