Title 7 Part 810 → Subpart L → §810.2004

Title 7 → Subtitle B → Chapter VIII → Subchapter A → Part 810 → Subpart L → §810.2004

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Title 7 Part 810 → Subpart L → §810.2004

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Title 7Subtitle BChapter VIIISubchapter APart 810Subpart L → §810.2004

Title 7: Agriculture
Subpart L—United States Standards for Triticale

§810.2004   Grades and grade requirements for triticale.

GradeMinimum test weight per bushel (pounds)Maximum limits of—
Damaged KernelsForeign materialShrunken and broken kernels (percent)Defects3 (percent)
Heat damaged (percent)Total1 (percent)Material other than wheat or rye (percent)Total2 (percent)
U.S. No.
U.S. No.
U.S. No. 343.
U.S. No. 441.
U.S. Sample grade—
U.S. Sample grade is triticale that:
(a) Does not meet the requirements for the grades U.S. Nos. 1, 2, 3, or 4; or
(b) Contains 8 or more stones or any number of stones which have an aggregate weight in excess of 0.2 percent of the sample weight, 2 or more pieces of glass, 3 or more crotalaria seeds (Crotalaria spp.), 2 or more castor beans (Ricinus communis L.), 4 or more particles of an unknown foreign substance(s) or a commonly recognized harmful or toxic substance(s), 2 or more rodent pellets, bird droppings, or equivalent quantity of other animal filth per 118 to 114 quarts of triticale; or
(c) Has a musty, sour, or commercially objectionable foreign odor (except smut or garlic odor); or
(d) Is heating or otherwise of distinctly low quality.

1Includes heat-damaged kernels.

2Includes material other than wheat or rye.

3Defects include damaged kernels (total), foreign material (total) and shrunken and broken kernels. The sum of these three factors may not exceed the limit for defects for each numerical grade.

[52 FR 24418, June 30, 1987; 52 FR 28534, July 31, 1987]