Post-Harvest Food Grain Storage

Post-Harvest Food Grain Storage
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Post-Harvest Food Grain Storage

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Publisher: Agrobios Publications
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PREFACE
To combat nutritional demand of continuous growth of world population, sustainable growth is desirable in agriculture productions and management. Technology application in Preharvest and Post-harvest operation of Agriculture appears as the only tool in augmenting nutritional requirement. Effective management of agricultural produces largely rest on how qualities and quantities are preserved during storage. An understanding of storage problems and storage technology is foremost important to balance population growth and meeting nutritional demand. The population in many countries particularly developing countries is increasing fast and that will continue to increase for some decades more. Countries designing for economic growth and development must produce surplus food grains to sideline various population nutrition problems. The surplus food grains of nations needs keeping facilities and care during storage. All over world each nation has its own national food policy and must adopt a comprehensive storage technology. The surplus storage and its mobilization is just as crucial a matter in the present era. There has been a few comprehensive books covering various aspects of food grain storage. An effort has been made to cover important aspects of food grain storage so that this book
through light in giving a general idea on food grain storage. Within limited scope I have tried my best to cover most of the topics of the subject giving more emphasis on storage problems and storage fungi. I hope this book will at least partially fulfil the needs of esteem readers. Finally I am deeply indebted to all well-wishers and friends who's extended help act instrumental in completing this work and bringing into light of public. In the last but not the least, I am greatful to the publisher and proprietor, servicers of the press.
Dr. Himangshu Barman Guwahati-35 Assam
CONTENTS
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Introduction ........................................................... 1 1.1 paddy Grain Structure and Composition ........................ 2 1.2 Storage of Food Grains ..................................................... 4 1.2.1 Traditional Storage ..................................................... 5 Rajasthan and Gujrat ........................................................... 13 Andhra Pradesh..................................................................... 14 Tamil Nadu ............................................................................ 14