NEW research can help grain handlers and grain inspectors find key locations for pathogens and pests along rail routes in the U.S. and Australia, according to the University of Florida's Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) faculty.
In a new analysis published in the journal BioScience, IFAS researchers evaluated how wheat moved along rail networks in the U.S. and Australia. The analysis identified U.S. states that are partic
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