Oh big fat great free grain, tell us who you are and iGus will tell you where to go

During the husking of corn ears, grains come off prematurely from their stalks. Do they get lost? No they don't, because for the ERP iGus they are not lost.

These grains, which we call free grains, follow their own path. They are managed separately because their quality is likely to be less good and because they require an appropriate process: batch reception, weighing, drying, specific quality plan.

At the end of this process, the possibility that they re-enter the normal circuit is determined by arbitration. At this stage, only their quality decides. Then traceability will speak. It will even be possible to determine the quantity of free grains brought per propagator.

And everyone finds something they like: the grain, the seed station, the propagator.