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Bailey (1955) has recorded that sealed silos with a total capacity of 850,000 tons of grain have been built in Argentina and that these operate very efficiently. He has demonstrated that death of grain insects is caused by 0 2 depletion, not by C 0 2 accumulation as has been claimed. Insects can lower the partial pressure of 0 2 to a remarkable extent, for Sitophilus granarius (Linnaeus) were not all killed until the 0 2 tension had decreased to 2 percent and C 0 2 had increased to 40 percent of the volume of the gases in sealed containers.