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Grain Drying, Conditioning, and Aeration

If you have questions about drying and storing your corn and soybean crop, please review the information on this page and the "Extension Publications" tab. For questions not answered in these resources, please contact Mr. Matt Roberts at or phone the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Extension Office at (765) 494-1174."

Harvesting and Storing the 2012 Corn Crop - Originally published in the Pest & Crop Newsletter (Issue #25, 2012)
Check Stored Corn for Potential Problems - Spring 2012

Informative Articles and PDF Publications from Previous Years
Harvesting, Drying, and Storing the 2011 Corn Crop
The 2011 Indiana Corn Crop - No Signs of Major Ear Rot Problems But Maturity May Be An Issue (Sept. 2011)
Corn Harvest - Minimizing Foreign Material in the Combine's Grain Tank- Matthew Digman, Assistant Professor
Storing Corn from the 2010 Harvest: Aerate and Monitor - (November 2010) 
Grain Entrapments Set New Record in 2010 - (October 2010)
Storing Corn from the Fall 2009 Harvest - (March 11, 2010)
Saving Energy in High Temperature Drying in Bin Dryeration and Combination Drying - (November 9, 2009)
Holding Wet Shelled Corn - "Shelf Life" Estimation - (November 6, 2009)
Managing the 2009 Harvest: Resources for Drying, Storing, Grain Quality, Crop Insurance and Marketing - (October 30, 2009)
Purdue Experts Hold Session to Help Farmers Manage the 2009 Harvest - (October 30, 2009)
Drying Soybeans in 2009 - (October 26, 2009)
Harvesting, Handling, and Drying Corn with Ear Rots in 2009 - (October 26, 2009)
In-Bin Drying of Corn in 2009 - (October 26, 2009)
Potential Problems From Storing Moldy Corn - (October 20, 2009)


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