• Grain Fumigation

    Fumigation is a treatment where a gas is introduced into an area and allowed to remain there for a period of time to kill a targeted pest. After the gas has been held for a prescribed amount of time, it is allowed to evaporate until there is no residual chemical left behind.

    In Nebraska, the majority of grain produced is held in storage for some period of time. As a result, grain remains undisturbed for long intervals, making it exposed to higher temperatures and moisture. Due to this, the infestation of insects is significantly greater. If fumigation becomes necessary, a variety of compounds are available for treatments and Chem-Tech Pest Solutions can assist you with this every step of the way.

    Read this great article from Corn and Soybean Digest for methods on preventing insect problems in stored grain bins.