Wheat - Chapter 4 | Official Grain Grading Guide

Export grade determinant tables

Wheat, Canada Western Red Spring (CWRS)

Wheat, Canada Western Red Spring (CWRS)

Export grade determinant tables for CWRS wheat - 1
Grade name Standard of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Minimum hard vitreous kernels
%
Minimum protein
%
Degree of soundness
No. 1 CWRS 79 (385) Any variety of the class CWRS designated as such by order of the Commission 65 10 Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels     
No. 2 CWRS 77.5 (378) Any variety of the class CWRS designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum No minimum Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No. 3 CWRS 76.5 (373) Any variety of the class CWRS designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum No minimum
May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
CW Feed 73 (355) Any class or variety of wheat excluding  amber durum  and any variety of the class CWSP No minimum No minimum Reasonably sweet, excluded from other grades of wheat on account of damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CWRS wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign material
Ergot
%
Excreta
%
Matter other than cereal grains
%
Other Cereal Grain
%
Sclerotinia
%
Mineral Matter including stones TotalFootnote1
%
Stones
%
Total
%
No.1 CWRS 0.04 0.010 0.2 0.4 0.04 0.03 0.06 0.4
No. 2 CWRS 0.04 0.010 0.3 0.75 0.04 0.03 0.10 0.75
No. 3 CWRS 0.04 0.015 0.5 1.25 0.04 0.06 0.10 1.25
CW Feed 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CWRS wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes
or varietiesFootnote2
Artificial stain, no residue
%
Dark, Immature
%
Degermed
%
Fireburnt
%
Fusarium damage
%
Grass green
%
Grasshopper,
army worm
%
Heated
Contrasting
classes
%
Total
%
Binburnt severely mildewed rotted, mouldy
%
Total
%
No.1 CWRS 0.5 1.5 Nil 1 4 Nil 0.25 0.75 1 0.005 0.05
No. 2 CWRS 1.5 3 0.05 2.5 7 Nil 0.8 2 3 0.020 0.4
No.3 CWRS 2.5 5 0.10 10 13 Nil 1.5 10 6 0.030 1.0
CW Feed 10%, either alone or in combination with each other, of amber durum and any variety of the class CWSP 2 No limit No limit 2 4 No limit No limit 2.5 2.5
Export grade determinant tables for CWRS wheat - 4
Grade name Natural stain
%
Pink
%
Sawfly, midge
%
Shrunken and broken Footnote3 Smudge and blackpoint Sprouted
Shrunken
%
Broken
%
Total
%
Smudge
%
Total
%
Severely sprouted
%
Total
%
No.1 CWRS 0.5 1.5 2.0 4 5 7 0.30 10 0.10 0.5
No. 2 CWRS 2 5 5 4 6 8 1 20 0.20 1.0
No.3 CWRS 5 10 10 4 7 9 5 35 0.30 3.0
CW Feed No limit No limit No limit 4 13 15 No limit No limit No limit No limit

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

Return to footnote1referrer

Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

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Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

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Wheat, Canada Western Hard White Spring (CWHWS)

Wheat, Canada Western Hard White Spring (CWHWS)

Export grade determinant tables for CWHWS wheat - 1
Grade name Standard  of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Minimum protein
%
Degree of soundness
No.1 CWHWS 79 (385) Any variety of the class CWHWS designated as such by order of the Commission 10 Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
No. 2 CWHWS 77.5 (378) Any variety of the class CWHWS designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No. 3 CWHWS 76.5 (373) Any variety of the class CWHWS designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
CW Feed 73 (365) Any class or variety of wheat excluding  amber durum  and any variety of the class CWSP No minimum Reasonably sweet, excluded from other grades of wheat on account of damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CWHWS wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign material
Ergot
%
Excreta
%
Matter other than cereal grains
%
Other Cereal Grain
%
Sclerotinia
%
Mineral Matter including stones TotalFootnote1
%
Stones
%
Total
%
No.1 CWHWS 0.04 0.010 0.2 0.4 0.04 0.03 0.06 0.4
No. 2 CWHWS 0.04 0.010 0.3 0.75 0.04 0.03 0.10 0.75
No. 3 CWHWS 0.04 0.015 0.5 1.25 0.04 0.06 0.10 1.25
CWFeed 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CWHWS wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes or varietiesFootnote2 Artificial stain, no residue
%
Dark, Immature
%
Degermed
%
Fireburnt
%
Fusarium damage
%
Grass green
%
Grasshopper, army worm
%
Heated
Contrasting classes
%
Total
%
Binburnt severely mildewed rotted, mouldy
%
Total
%
No.1 CWHWS 0.5 1.5 Nil 1 4 Nil 0.25 0.75 1 0.005 0.05
No.2 CWHWS 1.5 3 0.05 2.5 7 Nil 0.8 2 3 0.020 0.4
No. 3 CWHWS 2.5 5 0.10 10 13 Nil 1.5 10 6 0.030 1.0
CW Feed 10%, either alone or in combination with each other, of amber durum and any variety of the class CWSP 2 No limit No limit 2 4 No limit No limit 2.5 2.5
Export grade determinant tables for CWHWS wheat - 4
Grade name Natural stain
%
Pink
%
Sawfly, midge
%
Shrunken and brokenFootnote3 Smudge and blackpoint Sprouted
Shrunken 
%
Broken
%
Total
%
Smudge
%
Total
%
Severely sprouted
%
Total
%
No.1 CWHWS 0.5 1.5 2.0 4 5 7 0.30 10 0.10 0.5
No.2 CWHWS 2 5 5 4 6 8 1 20 0.20 1.0
No. 3 CWHWS 5 10 10 4 7 9 5 35 0.30 3.0
CW Feed No limit No limit No limit 4 13 15 No limit No limit No limit No limit

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

Return to footnote1referrer

Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

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Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

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Wheat, Canada Western Amber Durum (CWAD)

Wheat, Canada Western Amber Durum (CWAD)

Export grade determinant tables for CWAD wheat - 1
Grade name Standard of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Minimum hard vitreous kernels
%
Minimum protein
%
Degree of soundness
No. 1 CWAD 80 (392) Any variety of the class CWAD designated as such by order of the Commission 80 9.5 Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
No.2 CWAD 79.5 (390) Any variety of the class CWAD designated as such by order of the Commission 60 No minimum Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No.3 CWAD 78 (382) Any variety of the class CWAD designated as such by order of the Commission 40 No minimum Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No.4 CWAD 75 (367) Any variety of the class CWAD designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum No minimum May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
No.5 CWAD 73 (357) Any variety of amber durum wheat No minimum No minimum Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CWAD wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign Material
Ergot
%
Excreta
%
Matter other than cereal grains
%
Other Cereal Grain
%
Sclerotinia
%
Mineral matter including stones TotalFootnote1
%
Stones
%
Total
%
No. 1 CWAD 0.02 0.010 0.2 0.5 0.02 0.03 0.06 0.5
No. 2 CWAD 0.02 0.010 0.3 0.8 0.02 0.03 0.10 0.8
No. 3 CWAD 0.04 0.010 0.5 1.0 0.04 0.06 0.10 1.0
No. 4 CWAD 0.04 0.010 0.5 3.0 0.04 0.06 0.10 3.0
No. 5 CWAD 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CWAD wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes or varietiesFootnote2 Artificial stain, no residue
%
Degermed
%
Fireburnt
%
Fusarium damage
%
Grass green
%
Grasshopper, army worm
%
Heated
Other classes
%
Total
%
Binburnt severely mildewed rotted, mouldy
%
Total
%
No.1 CWAD 2.0 3 Nil 4 Nil 0.5 0.75 1 0.005 0.05
No.2 CWAD 2.5 5 0.03 7 Nil 0.5 2 3 0.010 0.1
No.3 CWAD 3.5 7 0.07 10 Nil 2.0 4 5 0.020 0.4
No.4 CWAD 10 15 0.12 13 Nil 2.0 10 8 0.5 1.5
No. 5 CWAD 15 No limit 2 No limit 2 4 No limit No limit 5 5
Export grade determinant tables for CWAD wheat - 4
Grade name Natural stain
%
Pink
%
Severe midge
%
Sawfly, midge
%
Shrunken and brokenFootnote3 Smudge and blackpoint Sprouted
Shrunken
%
Broken
%
Total
%
Smudge Total
%
Severely sprouted
%
Total
%
Penetrated smudge
%
Total
%
No. 1 CWAD 0.5 3 0.1 2.0 3 6 7 0.03 0.50 5 0.20 0.5
No. 2 CWAD 2 6 0.25 8 3 8 9 0.25 1 10 0.40 2
No. 3 CWAD 5 10 0.75 15 3 10 11 0.5 3 20 3.0 7
No. 4 CWAD 7.5 No limit 2 40 3 11 12 Consider overall appearance 12 12
No. 5 CWAD No limit No limit No limit No limit 3 13 15 No limit No limit No limit

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

Return to footnote1referrer

Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

Return to footnote2referrer

Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

Return to footnote3referrer

Wheat, Canada Western Red Winter (CWRW)

Wheat, Canada Western Red Winter (CWRW)

Export grade determinant tables for CWRW wheat - 1
Grade name Standard of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Minimum protein
%
Degree of soundness
No. 1 CWRW 79 (386) Any variety of the class CWRW designated as such by order of the Commission 11 Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
No. 2 CWRW 76.5 (373) Any variety of the class CWRWdesignated as such by order of the Commission 11 Fairly well matured, may be moderately frost damaged, reasonable free from severely damaged kernels
No. 3 CWRW 74 (361) Any variety of the class CWRW designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
CW Feed  73 (355) Any class or variety of wheat excluding  amber durum  and any variety of the class CWSP No minimum Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CWRW wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign Material
Ergot
%
Excreta
%
Matter other than cereal grains % Other cereal grains
%
Sclerotinia
%
Mineral matter including stones TotalFootnote1
%
Stones
%
Total
%
No.1 CWRW 0.04 0.010 0.2 0.4 0.04 0.03 0.06 0.4
No.2 CWRW 0.04 0.015 0.3 0.7 0.04 0.06 0.10 0.7
No.3 CWRW 0.04 0.015 0.5 1.3 0.04 0.06 0.10 1.3
CW Feed 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CWRW wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes or varietiesFootnote2 Artificial stain, no residue
%
Natural Stain
%
Blackpoint
%
Maximum damage limits
Fireburnt
%
Fusarium damage
%
Sawfly, midge
%
Heated
Contrasting classes
%
Total
%
Binburnt severely mildewed rotted, mouldy
%
Total
%
No.1 CWRW 1.0 3 Nil 0.5 10 Nil 0.8 1.0 0.005 0.05
No.2 CWRW 2 5 0.07 2 20 Nil 1.0 5 0.010 0.1
No.3 CWRW 3 10 0.1 5 35 Nil 1.5 7 0.030 0.5
CW Feed 10%, either alone or in combination with each other, of amber durum and any variety of the class CWSP 2 No limit No limit 2 4 No limit 2.5 2.5
Export grade determinant tables for CWRW wheat - 4
Grade name Maximum damage limits (continued) Shrunken and brokenFootnote3
Smudge Sprouted Total damage
%
Penetrated smudge
%
Total
%
Severely sprouted
%
Total
%
Shrunken
%
Broken
%
Total
%
No.1
CWRW
0.03 0.30 0.10 0.5 2 3 3 3
No.2
CWRW
1.0 3 0.20 1.0 5 3 5 5
No.3
CWRW
3 5 0.30 2.5 7 3 8 8
CW Feed No limit No limit No limit No limit N/A 4 13 15

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

Return to footnote1referrer

Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

Return to footnote2referrer

Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

Return to footnote3referrer

Note:

The specification columns for dark immature, grass green, degermed, pink kernels and grasshopper damage have been removed. Kernels found in a sample exhibiting these characteristics are assessed in the “Total Damage” specification.

Wheat, Canada Western Soft White Spring (CWSWS)

Wheat, Canada Western Soft White Spring (CWSWS)

Export grade determinant tables for CWSWS wheat - 1
Grade name Standard of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Degree of soundness
No. 1 CWSWS 78 (380) Any variety of the class CWSWS designated as such by order of the Commission Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels
No. 2 CWSWS 75.5 (368) Any variety of the class CWSWS designated as such by order of the Commission Fairly well matured, may be moderately weather-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No. 3 CWSWS 75 (365) Any variety of the class CWSWS designated as such by order of the Commission May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
CW Feed 73 (355) Any class or variety of wheat excluding  amber durum  and any variety of the class CWSP Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CWSWS wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign Material
Ergot Excreta
%
Matter other than cereal grains
%
Other cereal grains
%
Sclerotinia
%
Mineral matter including stones TotalFootnote1
%
Stones
%
Total
%
No. 1 CWSWS 0.04 0.010 0.2 0.75 0.04 0.03 0.06 0.75
No. 2 CWSWS 0.04 0.015 0.3 1.0 0.04 0.03 0.10 1.0
No. 3 CWSWS 0.04 0.015 0.5 1.5 0.04 0.06 0.10 1.5
CW Feed 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CWSWS wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes or varietiesFootnote2
%
Artificial stain, no residue
%
Degermed
%
Fireburnt
%
Fusarium damage
%
Grass green
%
Grasshopper, army worm
%
Heated
Binburnt, severely mildewed rotted, mouldy
%
Total
%
No. 1 CWSWS 1.5 Nil 4 Nil 1.5 0.75 1 0.005 0.05
No. 2 CWSWS 3 0.03 7 Nil 1.5 2 3 0.010 0.1
No. 3 CWSWS 5 0.07 10 Nil 1.5 4 5 0.020 0.4
CW Feed 10%, either alone or in combination with each other, of amber durum and any variety of the class CWSP 2 No limit 2 4 No limit No limit 2.5 2.5
Export grade determinant tables for CWSWS wheat - 4
Grade name Natural stain
%
Pink
%
Sawfly, midge
%
Shrunken and broken Footnote3 Smudge and blackpoint Sprouted
Shrunken 
%
Broken
%
Total
%
Smudge Total
%
Severely sprouted
%
Total
%
Penetrated smudge
%
Total
%
No. 1 CWSWS 0.5 3 2.0 3 5 7 0.03 0.30 10 0.10 1
No. 2 CWSWS 2 6 8 3 6 8 0.5 1 15 0.30 5
No. 3 CWSWS 5 10 15 3 7 9 1.0 3 35 0.50 8
CW Feed No limit No limit No limit 4 13 15 No limit No limit No limit No limit No limit

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

Return to footnote1referrer

Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

Return to footnote2referrer

Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

Return to footnote3referrer

Wheat, Canada Western Extra Strong (CWES)

Wheat, Canada Western Extra Strong (CWES)

Export grade determinant tables for CWES wheat - 1
Grade name Standard of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Minimum protein
%
Degree of soundness
No. 1 CWES 78 (380) Any variety of the class CWES designated as such by order of the Commission 10 Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No. 2 CWES 76 (370) Any variety of the class CWES designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
CW Feed 73 (355) Any class or variety of wheat excluding  amber durum  and any variety of the class CWSP No minimum Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CWES wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign material
Ergot
%
Excreta
%
Matter other than cereal grains
%
Other Cereal Grain
%
Sclerotinia
%
Mineral Matter including stones Total
Footnote1
%
Stones
%
Total
%
No.1 CWES 0.04 0.010 0.2 0.75 0.04 0.03 0.10 0.75
No. 2 CWES 0.04 0.030 0.3 1.5 0.04 0.06 0.10 1.5
CW Feed 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CWES wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes or varietiesFootnote2 Artificial stain, no residue % Degermed % Fireburnt % Fusarium damage % Grass green % Grasshopper, army worm % Heated
Contrasting classes % Total % Binburnt severely mildewed rotted, mouldy % Total %
No. 1 CWES 1.5 3 0.05 7 Nil 1.0 2 3 0.005 0.4
No. 2 CWES 2.5 5 0.10 13 Nil 1.0 10 8 0.010 1.0
CW Feed 10%, either alone or in combination with each other, of amber durum and any variety of the class CWSP 2 No limit 2 4 No limit No limit 2.5 2.5
Export grade determinant tables for CWES wheat - 4
Grade name Natural stain% Pink% Sawfly, midge% Shrunken and brokenFootnote3 Smudge and blackpoint Sprouted
Shrunken % Broken % Total % Smudge % Total % Severely sprouted % Total %
No. 1 CWES 2 5 2.0 3 7 8 1 15 0.10 0.5
No. 2 CWES 5 10 5 3 7 8 Consider overall appearance 0.30 2
CW Feed No limit No limit No limit 4 13 15 No limit No limit No limit

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

Return to footnote1referrer

Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

Return to footnote2referrer

Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

Return to footnote3referrer

Wheat, Canada Prairie Spring Red (CPSR)

Wheat, Canada Prairie Spring Red (CPSR)

Export grade determinant tables for CPSR wheat - 1
Grade name Standard of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Degree of soundness
No. 1 CPSR 77 (375) Any variety of the class CPSR designated as such by order of the Commission Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No. 2 CPSR 75 (365) Any variety of the class CPSR designated as such by order of the Commission May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
CW/CE Feed 73 (355) Any class or variety of wheat excluding  amber durum  and any variety of the class CWSP Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CPSR wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign material
Ergot % Excreta % Matter other than cereal grains % Other Cereal Grain % Sclerotinia % Mineral Matter including stones Total Footnote1 %
Stones % Total %
No. 1 CPSR 0.04 0.010 0.2 0.75 0.04 0.03 0.10 0.75
No. 2 CPSR 0.04 0.030 0.3 1.5 0.04 0.03 0.10 1.5
CW Feed 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CPSR wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes or varieties Footnote2 Artificial stain, no residue % Dark immature % Degermed % Fireburnt % Fusarium damage % Grass green % Grasshopper % Heated
Contrasting classes % Total % Binburnt severely mildewed rotted, mouldy % Total %
No. 1 CPSR 3 5 0.05 2.5 7 Nil 1.5 2 3 0.020 0.4
No. 2 CPSR 5 10 0.10 10 13 Nil 1.5 10 8 0.030 1.0
CW/CE Feed 10%, either alone or in combination with each other, of amber durum and any variety of the class CWSP 2 No limit No limit 2 4 No limit No limit 2.5 2.5
Export grade determinant tables for CPSR wheat - 4
Grade name Natural stain % Pink % Sawfly, midge % Shrunken and broken Footnote3 Smudge and blackpoint Sprouted
Shrunken % Broken % Total % Smudge Total % Severely sprouted % Total %
Penetrated smudge % Total %
No. 1 CPSR 2 5 3 5 6 9 0.10 1 20 0.10 0.5
No. 2 CPSR 5 10 8 5 6 9 0.5 5 35 0.30 2
CW/CE Feed No limit No limit No limit 4 13 15 No limit No limit No limit No limit No limit

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

Return to footnote1referrer

Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

Return to footnote2referrer

Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

Return to footnote3referrer

Wheat, Canada Prairie Spring White (CPSW)

Wheat, Canada Prairie Spring White (CPSW)

Export grade determinant tables for CPSW wheat - 1
Grade name Standard of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Degree of soundness
No. 1 CPSW 77 (375) Any variety of the class CPSW designated as such by order of the Commission Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No. 2 CPSW 75 (365) Any variety of the class CPSW designated as such by order of the Commission May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
CW/CE Feed 73 (355) Any class or variety of wheat excluding  amber durum  and any variety of the class CPSW Reasonably sweet, excluded from higher grades on account of light weight or damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CPSW wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign material
Ergot % Excreta % Matter other than cereal grains % Other Cereal Grain % Sclerotinia % Mineral Matter including stones Total Footnote1 %
Stones % Total %
No. 1 CPSW 0.04 0.010 0.2 0.75 0.04 0.03 0.10 0.75
No. 2 CPSW 0.04 0.030 0.3 1.5 0.04 0.03 0.10 1.5
CW Feed 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CPSW wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes or varieties Footnote2 Artificial stain, no residue % Dark immature
%
Degermed
%
Fireburnt
%
Fusarium damage
%
Grass green
%
Grasshopper, army worm
%
Heated
Contrasting classes
%
Total
%
Binburnt severely mildewed rotted, mouldy
%
Total
%
No. 1 CPSW 3 5 0.05 2.5 7 Nil 1.5 2 3 0.020 0.4
No. 2 CPSW 5 10 0.10 10 13 Nil 1.5 10 8 0.030 1.0
CW/CE Feed 10%, either alone or in combination with each other, of amber durum and any variety of the class CPSW 2 No limit No limit 2 4 No limit No limit 2.5 2.5
Export grade determinant tables for CPSW wheat - 4
Grade name Natural stain
%
Pink
%
Sawfly, midge
%
Shrunken and broken Footnote3 Smudge and blackpoint Sprouted
Shrunken
%
Broken
%
Total
%
Penetrated smudge
%
Total smudge
Total
%
Severely sprouted
%
Total
%
No. 1 CPSW 2 5 3 5 6 9 0.10 1 20 0.10 0.5
No. 2 CPSW 5 10 8 5 6 9 0.5 5 35 0.30 2
CW/CE Feed No limit No limit No limit 4 13 15 No limit No limit No limit No limit No limit

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

Return to footnote1referrer

Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

Return to footnote2referrer

Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

Return to footnote3referrer

Wheat, Canada Northern Hard Red (CNHR)

Wheat, Canada Northern Hard Red (CNHR)

Export grade determinant tables for CNHR wheat - 1
Grade name Standard of quality
Minimum test weight kg/hL (g/0.5 L) Variety Minimum Protein
%
Degree of soundness
No. 1 CNHR 79 (385) Any variety of the class CNHR designated as such by order of the Commission 11 Reasonably well matured, reasonably free from damaged kernels     
No. 2 CNHR 77.5 (378) Any variety of the class CNHR designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum Fairly well matured, may be moderately bleached or frost-damaged, reasonably free from severely damaged kernels
No. 3 CNHR 76.5 (373) Any variety of the class CNHR designated as such by order of the Commission No minimum May be frost-damaged, immature or weather-damaged, moderately free from severely damaged kernels
CW Feed 73 (355) Any class or variety of wheat excluding  amber durum  and any variety of the class CPSW No minimum Reasonably sweet, excluded from other grades of wheat on account of damaged kernels
Export grade determinant tables for CNHR wheat - 2
Grade name Foreign material
Ergot
%
Excreta
%
Matter other than cereal grains
%
Other Cereal Grain
%
Sclerotinia
%
Mineral Matter including stones Total Footnote1
%
Stones
%
Total
%
No. 1 CNHR 0.04 0.010 0.2 0.4 0.04 0.03 0.06 0.4
No. 2 CNHR 0.04 0.010 0.3 0.75 0.04 0.03 0.10 0.75
No. 3 CNHR 0.04 0.015 0.5 1.25 0.04 0.06 0.10 1.25
CW Feed 0.1 0.030 1 5 0.1 0.1 0.25 5
Export grade determinant tables for CNHR wheat - 3
Grade name Wheats of other classes or varieties Footnote2 Artificial stain, no residue
%
Dark, Immature
%
Degermed
%
Fireburnt
%
Fusarium damage
%
Grass green
%
Grasshopper, army worm
%
Heated
Contrasting classes
%
Total
%
Binburnt severely mildewed rotted, mouldy
%
Total
%
No. 1 CNHR 1 3 Nil 1 4 Nil 0.25 0.75 1 0.005 0.05
No. 2 CNHR 3 5 0.05 2.5 7 Nil 0.8 2 3 0.020 0.4
No. 3 CNHR 5 10 0.10 10 13 Nil 1.5 10 6 0.030 1.0
CW Feed 10%, either alone or in combination with each other, of amber durum and any variety of the class CPSW 2 No limit No limit 2 4 No limit No limit 2.5 2.5
Export grade determinant tables for CNHR wheat - 4
Grade name Natural stain
%
Pink
%
Sawfly, midge
%
Shrunken and broken Footnote3 Smudge and blackpoint Sprouted
Shrunken
%
Broken
%
Total
%
Smudge
%
Total
%
Severely sprouted
%
Total
%
No. 1 CNHR 0.5 1.5 2.0 4 5 7 0.30 10 0.10 0.5
No. 2 CNHR 2 5 5 4 6 8 1 20 0.20 1.0
No. 3 CNHR 5 10 10 4 7 9 5 35 0.30 3.0
CW Feed No limit No limit No limit 4 13 15 No limit No limit No limit No limit

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Total foreign material does not include broken wheat passing through the #5 buckwheat sieve

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Footnote 2

See working tolerance for “Wheats of Other Classes or Varieties””

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Footnote 3

See truncation rule for “Shrunken and Broken”

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