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Acknowledgements

I wish to acknowledge the help given me by commercial firms and by colleagues at ODNRI; I should like to thank Derek Caley for providing me with an account of the bunker storage trials in Zimbabwe with kind permission of the Zimbabwe Grain Marketing Board, but any errors are my responsibility.

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O'Dowd, E. T. (1989) Supplement to ODNRI Bulletin No. 10 - An evaluation of structures suitable for emergency storage in tropical countries 2. Bumper crop storage. Overseas Development Natural Resources Institute Bulletin No. 24, v+20pp.

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