THE Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences has been working on a system that uses a specific strain of yeast to greatly improve the resilience of harvested crops to mold.
The new grain storage system could cut the energy-intensive process of drying the grain out of the equation.
The discovery was made by chance when, as part of a bio-control study, researchers noticed that one particular silo of grain did not have any m
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