Selling hay to the UAE opens a world of possibilities, and a world of possible problems, says Alan Gardner of Haydar Group of Companies. None of these challenges are insurmountable once you understand the characteristics of the market. However, the cost of not knowing these requirements can be significant, he says.
Potentially containing a mycotoxin known as DON (deoxynivalenol), fusarium-affected wheat can be a challenge to market, and a safety hazard to handle. But, new work suggests sorting tactics could help improve sample quality. In this episode of Wheat School, Newkirk differentiates between the two technologies, discussing the pros and cons of each. Newkirk also explains what he’s seen in assessments so far, and what producers can learn about the systems at an upcoming workshop.
Created November 27, 2014 | Category: Agronomy