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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

Novel technique: Hermetic storage and its application

Shendge SN, Pawar VS and Kale PR
They Food grains manufacturing has been improved everywhere in the global over ultimate decades. Grain is kept in variety of ways, including gunny bags, warehouses, containers, and even mounds on the ground. The interaction of physical, chemical, and organic forces reasons the saved grain to deteriorate. The same amount of grain loss occurs through the attack of insect and pest. Traditional storage methods have some limitations, which is why novel methods, such as heremetic storage, are utilised to circumvent these limitations.
Heremetic storage, additionally recognised as "airtight silos" and "Volcani Cubes," has been growing in popularity for insect manage and grain high-satisfactory preservation from 1980. The goal of this unique grain storage method is to provide guidance for reducing grain post-harvest losses and increasing storage life. Hermetic storage (HS) technology has developed as a viable alternative to existing techniques of preserving goods against insects and mould.
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How to cite this article:
Shendge SN, Pawar VS and Kale PR. Novel technique: Hermetic storage and its application. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 451-456.

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