Grain Bags

Once a grain is bagged, the bag consumes the available oxygen and produces carbon dioxide, thus suppressing the respiratory process and assuring an optimum preservation. This new atmosphere keeps stable over time, preventing the development of proliferation of fungi and insects as well as the increase in grain temperature. Some grains can be stored in airtight bags at slightly higher moisture levels than what is considered safe for storage in bins.

The grain bags are made of state-of-the-art raw materials from Dow Polisur; three-layer UV protection; 18-month warranty; and not any recycled material in their formulation.


  • Dry grains: soybeans, corn, sorghum, wheat, sunflower, millet, oats, rice, barley, etc.
  • Wet grains: corn, sorghum, wheat, etc.
  • Fertilizers

Technical papers on storage of grains:
Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Sunflowers