wlape3 wrote:av8r wrote:Huh...all the Blaschak rice I've burned this year has been slightly damp, but hardly soaking wet like many of you describe. Weird?
Not really. The worst of the wetness problems seem to be associated with storing the stuff outside. If you store yours inside and your dealer does too that can make a big difference. My dealer stores his outside and so do I. All it takes is a little rain. Even pallets which were stretch wrapped from the bagging plant were still very wet when I opened them. The woven bags breath better and do not build up as much water.
Same as me...dealer stores outside as do I.