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  • luglio 10, 2017

    Sequential Precision Divider (SPD)

    Perten Instruments has designed a grain sample divider which allows the user to obtain a randomized sample from 50% down to 3.125% of a bulk sample in one single step. Five different crops were used to verify a prototype design in terms of randomization, and the theoretical maximum dividing capacity of 3.125%.

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  • marzo 14, 2016

    The Falling Number Method for detection of sprout damage in barley

    Sound, viable grains are required for a high germination in malting barley. Several studies have shown that barley that has pre-germinated in the field has a decreased ability to germinate during the malting process. The Falling Number method is a rapid and standardized way to determine whether barley is pre-germinated.

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