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Guidelines to minimise the risk of erucic acid in double-low oilseed rape

Varieties and Growth Guides,  Grain Storage,  Grain Sampling and Analysis  / W1 / Published: 

Over the last few years, higher than expected levels of erucic acid have been found in seed grown from double-low oilseed rape varieties. These guidelines highlight the key risk points where management of erucic acid levels can make a difference.

IS61 Risk assessment for fusarium mycotoxins in wheat

Disease Management,  Grain Storage,  Grain Sampling and Analysis  / IS61 / Published: 

Use this factsheet or the online tool at to assess the risk of fusarium mycotoxins and record the score on the grain passport.

Inspecting grain for defects and impurities (poster)

Grain Storage,  Grain Sampling and Analysis  / P06 / Published: 

Download this publication This publication can be downloaded from: This poster looks into the effects of defects and impurities on wheat and barley in storage. It disp......

P06 (2016)

Ergot in cereals

Disease Management,  Grain Storage,  Grain Sampling and Analysis,  Feed  / IS33 / Published: 

This information sheet details various control measures to reduce the risk from ergot in cereal crops.

Grain storage guide for cereals and oilseeds

Grain Storage  / G52 / Published: 

Safe, effective grain storage is key to assuring crop quality and helping prevent loss of premiums through claims and rejections.


Preventing and controlling mites in stored cereals

Pest Management,  Grain Storage  / TS62 / Published: 

This publication gives information on detecting and controlling mites in grain stores. Mites can infest and damage grain, they can also act as vectors for pathogens. In the UK there are at least 12 species of mite which can damage grain.