Best management practices and surveillance for OTA in post farm grain storage

Posted on 23.03.2017 | Last Modified 07.05.2019
Lead Researcher (PI): Art Schaafsma
Institution: University of Guelph
Total WGRF Funding: $14,232
Co-Funders: Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Canadian National Millers Association, Grain Farmers of Ontario, Kellogg, Mondel?z, Nestlé/Gerber, Pepsico Foods, Prairie Oat Growers Association, University of Guleph
Start Date: 2016
Project Length: 3 Years

Determining the relationship between mycotoxin content, the size of OTA contaminated hot-spots and grain and dust samples collected during winter wheat unloading from small scale storage bins.

Project Summary:

OTA bulletin – Preventing Contaminated Grain – Ochratoxin A