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Warm weather is wonderful for weevils

FARMERS storing grain for market and seed are being urged to check for insect activity inside silos, storages and grain bags.

Staff writer
 With warm weather conditions across the country, grain in storage should be checked more frequently to check for grain storage insect pests.

With warm weather conditions across the country, grain in storage should be checked more frequently to check for grain storage insect pests.

Grain storage insect pests reproduce more rapidly in warm conditions, so with a few weeks of warm weather across the country, it is a good time to monitor stored grain to check for any insect issues. ...

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