Grain harvest and export quality

Data is provided on the end-use quality of Canadian grain in the annual harvest and in exports. Methods and tests for measuring quality parameters are provided.

Cereals

Wheat

Canadian wheat quality

Western and eastern harvest and export quality data, Fusarium damage data and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Malting barley

Western Canadian malting barley quality

Harvest quality data and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Food barley

Canada Western/Eastern food barley

Oilseeds

Canola

Western Canadian canola quality

Harvest and export quality data, variety quality data and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Flaxseed

Western Canadian flaxseed quality

Harvest and export quality data, variety quality data and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Mustard

Western Canadian mustard quality

Harvest and export quality data for yellow, brown and oriental mustard and methods and tests used to measure quality

Soybean, oilseed-type

Canadian oilseed-type soybeans quality

Harvest and export quality data and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Pulses

Soybean, food-type

Canadian food-type soybeans quality

Harvest quality data and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Lentils

Western Canadian lentils quality

Harvest quality data for green and red lentils and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Peas

Western Canadian peas quality

Harvest quality data for yellow and green peas and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Chick peas

Western Canadian chick peas quality

Harvest quality data and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Pea beans

Western Canadian pea beans quality

Harvest quality data and methods and tests used to measure quality.

Methods and tests

Wheat methods and tests

Malting barley methods and tests

Oilseeds methods and tests

Pulse crops methods and tests

Quality data is compiled from the results of analytical tests performed in the Grain Research Laboratory. These tests are conducted according to standardized procedures and methods. Each time a test is performed on a composite sample, the method for that test is closely followed. That way, results are reliable and accurate and quality data can be compared from year to year.

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