Grain surpluses accumulated since World War II have prompted a re-evaluation of the problems of grain storage and a search for ways to preserve grain quality for longer periods. Some methods include storage on the farm, terminal elevators, government bin sites, or the holds of ships not in active service. Many of these methods are being studied, but this bulletin focuses on aeration of wheat stored in government Bin Site structures in South Dakota, 1953-1956.
South Dakota State University
DeLong, H.H., "Aeration of Wheat in Prolonged Storage for Quality Control" (1958). Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletins (1939-2011). 30.