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Feed the Future Innovation Lab for the Reduction of Post-Harvest Loss


Fact Sheets


Human and Institutional Capacity Building

GrainMate Moisture Meter

Addressing Mycotoxins

Solar Biomass Hybrid Dryer

Safe Food For a Healthier Nepal

Training Materials

PHLIL Guatemala Post-Harvest Training ManualGuatemalan family

Guide for Promoters, with notes (Spanish)

Guide for Promoters, presentation (Spanish)

     - Presentation with presenter notes (Spanish)

Informational posters:

 Honduras Training Materials 

Production Training Guide (English)

Production Training Guide (Spanish)

Moisture Measurement

GrainMate Moisture Meter

EMC Calculator for Whole Grains

PHL Meter 3.0 - User's Manual


Scientific Animations Without Borders (SAWBO) Videos

PHL Moisture Meter

Natural Insecticide from Neem Seeds

PHL: Bulk Transportation

PHL: Bag Transportation

PHL: Storage

PHL: Bag Stacking

*SAWBO is a Michigan State University-based program that transforms extension information into easily accessible animations, available in a diversity of languages and freely available.


ADM Institute for the Prevention of Postharvest Loss Course

Global Postharvest Loss Prevention: Fundamentals, Technologies, and Actors - Coursera



Risky Business: Food Safety Concerns in Agricultural Development


Presentation Videos

Dr. Carlos Campabadal at the Grain Science seminar series at Kansas State University (December 8, 2016)

Dr. Reddy's Presentation at the Global Food Security Consortium meeting in Ames, Iowa (April 14, 2015)


Crop Handling and Infestation 

Farmers Threshing Maize using Wooden Stick (Ethiopia)

Hand Threshing of Maize from Gotera Storage Facility (Ethiopia)

Weevils and Moths in Sifted Maize (Ethiopia)

Weevils in Sifted Wheat Sample (Ethiopia)

Weevils in Vials After Sifting One Kilogram of Maize Samples (Ethiopia) 


Other Materials 

Cost Effectiveness of Interventions to Reduce Aflatoxin Risk

Effective On-Farm Storage

Tackling Aflatoxins

Farmer Perceptions of Aflatoxin