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close this book Programming and Training for Small Farm Grain Storage
View the document Table of contents
View the document Acknowledgments
View the document Objectives of this handbook
close this folder Part I. Grain storage project programming
View the document A. Grain storage project goals and objectives
View the document B. Assessing local interest in postharvest methods improvement
View the document C. Investigating local storage conditions
View the document D. Developing a strategy for volunteer involvement
View the document E. Determining program support needs
View the document F. Integration of storage project activities with rural development efforts
View the document G. Local and International Programming and Training Resources
close this folder Part II. Grain storage project training
View the document H. Determining training needs and priorities
View the document I. The role of grain and grain storage in the world food supply
View the document J. The movement of grain from harvest to consumer
View the document K. The physical properties of grain
View the document L. Moisture and its measurement
View the document M. Factors which threaten good preservation of grain
View the document N. Grain drying
View the document O. Insects and their control
View the document P. Rodents and their control
View the document Q. Recognition of storage problems in the field
View the document R. Design and field testing of improved storage technologies
View the document S. Extension of improved storage technologies
View the document Appendix A - Peace corps Costa Rica grain storage project report

Part I. Grain storage project programming