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25. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 25 of 98 four for a 400 gram sample to calculate the % of Soil within the U nmillable M aterial. Note that most Standards have a tolerance for Soil within the t otal Unmillable Material. 11. Examine all the trays or the entire 200 gram or 400 gram sample for the presence of nominated F oreign S eeds . Any F oreign S eed pods must be opened and the seeds counted except where pods have a specified tolerance. Most commodit ies have common tolerances for seeds in the entire 200gram or 400gram sample. Refer Appendix B for tolerances to apply. For all pulses except Field Peas, where Field Peas are present in the sample, it is recommended these be broken open to determine the presence of live Pea Weevil. In most commodities, a nil tolerance applies. Where required additional Field Peas should be collected from the GLC sample or f rom the surface of the truck. 12. From the F oreign Seeds category, s eparate out any S mall F oreign S eeds and weigh them. Again, a colander may assist in this task but hand - picking may still be required . Divide the weight by two for a 200 gram sample and by four for a 400 gram sample to calculate % S mall F oreign S eeds .

30. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 30 of 98 b) A minimum of 200 gram s of the ‘as is’ sample obtained following probing the load is to be de - hulled. A larger sample may be used where required. c) To assist in a more rapid assessment process, the de - hulling method should occur at the same time as the sample is being assessed for other quality parameters i.e., obtain a minimum 200 grams from the probe sample and start the de - hulling unit and a further 200 grams from the probe sample and commence assessment for all quality parameters except kernel defects . d) Following de - hulling , assessment for defects is to occur on the de - hulled sample . e) During the de - hulling process, parts of the kernel may be broken off causing “a chalky appearance” on the kernel. Kernels are not to be assessed as defective as a result of these chalky/dusty p articles. These particles and dust may be gently removed by various means such as a damp cloth .

3. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 3 of 98 AUSTRALIAN PULSE STANDARDS 20 1 4 / 1 5 SEASON SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION Pulse Australia has compiled these S tandards after extensive consultation with all sectors of the Australian Pulse Industry. It is hoped that they will facilitate the desire of the Australian pulse industry to provide consistent product of the highest quality into the world market. Please note that there have been some changes to the S tandards from previous editions to better reflect the trade of pulses today. All sectors of the industry are encouraged to familiarise themselves with bot h format and content. Any comments or queries regarding these S tandards should be directed to Pulse Australia. It is understood that as minimum S tandards they may not be tight enough for the requirement of some buyers. Suitable qualifications to any S ta ndard can be made as agreed between all parties concerned to represent the basis for better quality consignments. It should also be understood that these are Australian industry S tandards . While they take into account specific overseas country quarantine restrictions (such as prohibited weed seeds, disease status or contaminant levels) or the requirements of the Export Control Act (1982) and its subordinate legislation , the Standards may not meet the requirements of the importing country . Individual commodity traders are responsible for ensuring that specific country requirements and those pertaining to compliance with the Export Control Act (1982) are included as additional specifications on the cont ract. For additional information on specific country requirements, or other information on export certification issues, refer to the importing country Quarantine Authority and the DAFF Plant Export Operations MICoR database at : http://www.daff.gov.au/micor/plants It is recommended that all grain exporters and container packers actively participate in the NRS grains residue monitoring program. Contravention of an overseas MRL may cause the rejection of car goes resulting in severe financial cost being incurred and potentially jeopardising Australian grain into that market. Information about the NRS is located: http://www.daff.gov.au/agriculture - food/nrs Pulse Australia gratefully acknowledges the efforts of all sectors of the industry in the compilation of these S tandards. For further information on these S tandards , please contact: Pulse Australia Level 10 , Farrer House , 24 - 28 Collins Street , Melbourne VIC 3000 Ph: (03) 9004 4081 Mob: 0425 717 133 Email: tim@pulseaus.com.au Website: http://www.pulseaus.com.au

23. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 23 of 98 Note – Small and Large Kabuli Chickpeas are listed on the Pulse Australia website at http://www.pulseaus.com.au 4. Examine the contents of the sample for the presence of Objectionable Material and major contaminants such as live Stored G rain I nsects, S nails, S ticks, S tones, M ould or A nimal E xcreta. 5. To assist in the separation of the pulse material from other material in the sample, various screens may be used. After sieving, t he sample will still need to be hand - picked to separate the various fractions. Refer to the Forty Shakes Sieving method under point 1 3 of these Procedures . Defective Grains 6. Note that variations to the assessment of Defective grains as outlined in the following procedure may apply depending on the pulse type. Where required, depending on the Defect and grain type, the seed coat must be removed to examine the kernel for the presence of the Defect . This process is referred to as De - hulling. Refer to the De - Hulling method under point 1 7 of these Procedures. General 6.1 Obtain a 200 gram or 400 gram sample to the nearest 0.1 gram, as required. 6.2 Examine material in the entire sample (including all trays) for the presence of Defects for which a nil tolerance applies. 6.3 The time taken to assess t he sample for defects is unlimited. 6.4 The d efective seed category includes all the defective seeds defined in the comments/variations section . 6.5 W here a pulse seed has a defect listed in a separate category in the Standards, these must be counted separately and only counted in one defective category. It should be counted in the defective category that has the lowest tolerance for that applicable standard. 6.6 Both sides of the grain should be inspected to determine firstly whether a Defect is present and secondl y to determine if it is in sufficient quantity as per the Definitions to classify as Defective. 6.7 Where low but acceptable levels of defects such as Ascochyta are found on the seed coat, it may be desirable for seed coats to be removed to determine the prese nce on the kernel. 6.8 If a separate tolerance for particular defects such as Ascochyta or Poor Colour is defined in the Standard, examine all the relevant trays or the entire 200 gram or 400 gram sample for the presence of the defect. Pick out the defective grains and weigh. Divide the weight by two for a 200 gram sample and by four for a 400 gram sample to calculate the % of the defective grains. This should generally be done before the assessment of total defects in the sample. 6.9 The percentage of the indivi dual defect or T otal Defects is calculated based on the weight of the individual d efect or Total of all defects in the entire 200 gram or 400 gram sample. 6.10 For Mould (Field and/or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged, the entire 200 or 400 gram sample is to be assessed for applicable commodities:  When assessing as per the Receival Standard, the number of grains in the entire sample with this defect are counted . The level found is not included in Total Defectives.  When assessing as per the Export Standar d, the weight of grains as a percentage of the entire sample is to be determined . The level found is included in Total Defectives.

27. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 27 of 98 1 4 . SOIL CONTAMINATION – IMPORTANT NOTE Recognising the inevitability of a small level of S oil contamination at harvest, and in order to provide a practical standard that recognises both the difficulty for delivery of F armer D ressed pulses completely free of S oil, and the requirement of most importing countries for zero tolerance of S oil in imported product :  T he R eceival S tandards for almost all F armer D ressed pulses have been set at a maximum of 0.5% total U nmillable M aterial by weight, which includes a maximum of 0.3% of S oil by weight.  For most M achine D ressed product the Export S tandards have been set at a maximum of 0.1% of U nmillable Material by weight, which includes S oil. Note there is no size limit on the d efinition of S oil. These P ulse S tandards have been set on the basis of past experience, which has shown that at the levels set, any S oil present at receival is likely to dissipate through the normal handling and/or settling processes to the point of bein g undetectable. All industry participants should, however, be aware that most importing countries prohibit any S oil contamination whatsoever, and it is the responsibility of all individuals involved in the trade of pulses to confirm for themselves prior to shipment, that S oil levels in any consignment conform with the specifications of their contract and/or the legal req u irements of the importing country and will pass the Plant Export Operations inspection process. For further guidance on importing country quarantine requirements, refer to the DAFF MICoR database at http://www.daff.gov.au/micor/plants

5. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 5 of 98 SECTION 3 PULSE DEFINITIONS A. General The following definitions have been created to assist in classification of individual pulse grains when using these Standard s . The definitions are a general guide and industry should note t hat differences to definitions may apply to individual commodities. Pulse Australia R eference Visual Qu ality Charts or GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guides , the applicable Standards and Classification Procedures should also be referred to where available for further guidance on classifying individual grains in a sample . It should be noted that t he following Defect definitions are to be read in conjunction with the images displayed in the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessment located on the GTA website at www.g raintrade.org.au . The images in that document for the applicable pulse commodities display the minimum and/or maximum coverage and attributes of the Defects as defined in these standards. Where an image appears in the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guid e, this over - rides any previously produced Pulse Australia Visual Quality Charts or photographs for the applicable commodity and defect type. B . Defective Quality Parameters The following tables provide the definition and additional explanatory details of various quality parameters included in the total category of “Defective”. A summary table is at the end of this Def ective Quality Parameters def initions section. Definitions for Defects apply to the entire seed coat and/or kernel, depending on the defect type and grain type. Sizing of Defect The size of the quality issue on the seed coat or kernel determines if it is categorised as a defect. As defined in the tables below, a specific quality parameter will only be classified as a defect if its presence exceeds 20% of any one side of the grain even if that defect is absent or if the coverage is 20% or less on the other side. As an e xample , for an Ascochyta lesion on a Red Lentil, in the following table:  Highlighted in red is where t he grain will be classified as defectiv e due to the large size of the lesion i.e., it exceeds 20%  H ighlighted in green is where the grain will not be classified as defective due to the small size of the lesion i.e., it is 20% or less

26. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 26 of 98 1 3 . “FORTY SHAKES” SIEVING METHOD To be used for the assessment of Defective grains where all seed material of the pulse in question being assessed that fall below the screen is included in the definition for Defective. U SE EITHER : An automatic shaking machine that correlates to the M anual Reference M ethod (B) below. O R : (B) The Manual Reference Method as follows: a) A 200 or 400 gram sample of grain shall be weighed on an appropriate balance that is accurate under the conditions of use to plus or minus 0.01 gram. b) All screen surface s (top, middle and/or bottom) shall be clean, smooth, dry and free of grain residue. c) The s iev ing process shall occur on a flat and smooth screen movement table. Marks at each end of the table shall indicate a screen movement of thirty centimetres. d) With the screen resting against on e of the marks , the 200 or 400 gram sample of grain is to be placed in one movement centrally onto the surface of the screen . No additional movement or spreading of the sample over the screen surface is to occur. e) W here applicable, w ith the slots facing away/towards the operator (top, middle and/or bottom) , the screen shall be evenly moved forty times in a to and fro motion, that is, forty aways and forty returns in the direction of the slots and with the screen being moved on the surface of the screen mo vement table. f) Each of the forty to and fro movements are to take one second, so that the complete screen movement process occupies forty seconds. g) The front edge of the screen shall travel thirty centimetres forward and the same distance back. h) At the com pletion of the forty to and fro movements, the screen shall be gently removed from the bottom catch pan . i) Pulse seed m aterial passing through the nominated screen into the catchpan must be separated into the various fractions as described by the relevant commodity Standard. Note that during the process of shaking some commodities such as split product, care must be taken to not increase the level of defectives such as broken and splits (kibbled) .

92. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 92 of 98  Toxic and / or noxious weed seeds which are prohibited by S tate laws against inclusion in stockfeed  Ergot of any commodity except ryegrass ergot (for which a tolerance may apply)  Any other commercially unacceptable c ontaminant such as g lass, metal, fertiliser, concrete As many of these parameters such as chemicals are not able to be assessed on site prior to delivery of the pulse , it is the responsibility of the grower or deliverer of the pulse to ensure compliance with any regulations or Standards. It is recommended that a declaration be obtained by the Storage Provider regarding the chemical stat u s of the pulse tendered for delivery.

21. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 21 of 98 Australia, these quarantine regulations are enforced by Plant Export Operations . Refer to Plant Export Operations . Receival Standard Refers to the Receival Standards as outlined in this document. Receival Standards apply to the purchase of pulses from a grower or through the Trade. Representative Sample A sub - sample of a parcel of pulses used for assessment purposes, which is representative of the entire pul se parcel. Varietal Colour Charts Us ing a physical description and photographs, t hese charts depict the normal colour and colour range of each variety where a tolerance for Contrasting Colour applies. The charts also indicate the colours that are conside red as Contrasting Colour for which a tolerance may exist in the Standards. The charts are produced on behalf of industry by Pulse Australia in collaboration with the individual pulse breeder. Th ere is a requirement for a chart to be produced for all varie ties where a tolerance for Contrasting Colour exists. This parameter mainly relates to red lentils. Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. Visual Quality Charts Charts that show quality parameters of various pulses and are used as an aid to classification. There are two types:  Those produced by Pulse Australia on behalf of industry and agreed by industry (Visual Quality Charts)  Those produced by industry and agreed by the Pulse Standards Committee , with the main one being the GTA Vis ual Recognition Standards Guide Where available, the most recent version should be used and supersedes any prior version. Where new versions are not available, any previously produced versions apply. Visual Recognition Standards Guide The Visual Recognition Standards Guide (VRSG) contains a range of photographs and illustrations to supplement the Standards as outlined in this booklet for particular pulse commodities. The most recent VRSG for pulse s was released by Grain Trade Australia in August 201 4 and can be obtained at the GTA website www.graintrade.org.au .

14. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 14 of 98 D . Quality Parameters – Other Definitions Caps Are parts of the S eed C oat adhering to S plit or B roken seed. Cereal Seeds In relation to red lentils only refers to wheat, durum, barley, oats, sorghum, triticale, cereal rye , maize and rice . Refer also to Appendix B. Chemical s Not Approved Refers to those chemicals not permitted to be used on pulses or those in excess of legal tolerances , including MRLs . Refer to Appendix A . Contrasting Colour Refers to contrasting colour of the seed coat in the same variety. I t i s usually caused by a recessive gene in that variety. As t here is no vi sible difference on the kernel i t i s not classified as D efective or Poor Colour . Tolerances apply to the maximum amount permitted in a sample. Refer to the reference Varietal Colour Chart or GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide for a description of the applicable contrasting colours for each variety which depict the minimum and maxi mum amount of marbling permitted on a seed coat before being classified as contrasting colour . Cotyledon Refer to the generally recognised term kernel. Defective Refers to pulses that have been damaged to some degree due to a range of factors including but not limited to disease, environment, handling, harvest, stress and a weather event. Generally includes pulses not of the specified variety and seed coats or kernels that are: Ascochyta affected Insect Damaged Blondes (Aldinga Red Lentils only) Mould (Field and/or Storage), Caked , Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged Broken/Chipped/Loose Seed Coat/Split Orange Tip (Red Lentils only) Diseased Poor Colour Frost Damaged, Shrivelled & Wrinkled Sappy Green Sprouted Hail Damaged Stained & Weather Damaged Defective may also include whole pods containing seed of the pulse being assessed and seed material passing through a specific sized screen. The definition may vary by defect type and pulse. Refer to the Definitions, each Standard and the Pulse Austral ia Visual Quality Chart or GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide for further guidance . Field Insects A re live or dead whole insect contaminants that do not cause damage to stored pulses. Pieces of Field Insects are included in Unmillable Material except for Grasshoppers and/ or Locusts . Note that variations may exist to

24. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 24 of 98 Where a Size Limit Applies: 6.11 Place the entire 200 gram or 400 gram sample onto the top of the appropriate screen(s) :  The screen size for those commodit ies where one screen applies to all varieties is listed on each standards chart.  For red lentils a different screen size is to be used based on the variety as follows : Aldinga 2.2mm All other varieties 2.0mm 6.12 Screen t he sample using the automated or manual Forty Shakes Sieving M ethod – see Point 1 3 below. 6.13 Any pulse material ( entire or pieces of kernel or seed coats) of the type being assessed that fall through the screen , including whole sound grains are classified as defective . Remove this material and place with material removed in 6.1 4 below. 6.14 Examine the material in the top tray (or middle tray if applicable) for the various Defects, pick out and weigh each Defect sub category. 6.15 Calculate the perce ntage by weight for each individual Defect and all defects in total (where applicable) . Where a Size Limit Does Not Apply: 6.16 H and - pick any Defective pulses from the entire 200 gram or 400 gram sample . 6.17 Weigh each Defect sub category and calculate the percentage by weight for each individual Defect and all defects in total (where applicable) . Varietal Restriction 7. For those commodities where a tolerance applies, examine material in the entire sample (including all trays) for the prese nce of varieties not of the declared variety. Contrasting Colour 8. For those commodities where a tolerance applies, examine material in the entire sample (including all trays) for the presence of Contrasting Colour. Refer to the reference Variety Colour Charts or GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide to assist. Where low but acceptable levels are found on the seed coat, it may be desirable for seed coats to be removed to determine the presence on the kernel. Foreign and Unmillable Material Note that variations to the following procedure may apply depending on the pulse type. 9. Examine the sample and pick out any F oreign Material. Where individual tolerances exist for categories within Foreign Material such as Snails, Field Insects, Grasshoppers or Locusts, Ryegrass Ergot, Unmillable Material and Foreign Seeds, these must be separated from the sample into their individual constituents. It may be easier to weigh each category separately to determine the level prior to combining all cat egories to determine the total Foreign Material . Divide th e weight of each category and total weight of all categories combined by two for a 200 gram sample and by four for a 400 gram sample to calculate the % of each category and F oreign M aterial level co mbined – this is recorded as a % for all parameters except Ryegrass Ergot. For Ryegrass Ergot, align all pieces end on end and measure the length in cm. Record to the nearest 0.1cm. This material is included in the total Foreign Material. 10. From the total Foreign Material, e xtract the U nmillable M aterial (or alternatively conduct this assessment prior to determining total Foreign Material) . Using a device such as a colander, sieve this Unmillable Material to remove the soil. It may be necessary to continue to hand - pick soil from the sample to remove it all. D ivide this number by two for a 200 gram sample and by

20. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 20 of 98 Machine Dressed Refers to pulses that have undergone a s ignificant quality transition via a mechanical operation such as cleaning to remove Foreign Material, Foreign Seeds or Defective pulses. MRL MRLs are the maximum amount of a chemical residue or its metabolite that is legally permitted on or in agricultura l commodity. The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) sets MRLs. These MRLs are set at levels which are not likely to be exceeded if the agricultural or veterinary chemicals are used in accordance with approved label instruction s and can be found on the ComLaw website at the following address http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2014C00821 . Australian MRLs may differ significantly from those prescribed by foreign countries and the International Codex Alimentarius Commission. Consequently grain exporters must be aware of MRLs of importing countries and which countries accept Codex MRLs. Foreign country MRLs may be accessed directly from foreign government websites or the NRS grains database at http://www.daff.gov.au/agriculture - food/nrs/nrs - australian - and - overseas - mrl - database (Industry should confirm the accuracy of t he MRL lists themselves) . National Residue Survey The National Residue Survey (NRS) gathers information and supplies chemical residue results on domestic and export grain commodities. Australian grain is of a high quality with respect to residues and contaminants. It is recommended all grain exporters , container packers , bulk export terminal operators, Bulk Handling Companies and processors actively participate in the NRS grains residue monitoring program. Contravention of an overseas MRL may cause the rejection of cargoes resulting in severe financial cost being incurred and potentially jeopardising Australian grain into that market. Information about the NRS is located: http://www.daff.gov.au/a griculture - food/nrs Nil Means a level of zero in a 200g or 400g sample representative of the entire load. Nil means not detected anywhere in the load or at any stage of the receival or outloading process. Outturn Process of loading the pulse from a storage unit into a transport unit, for eventual delivery to a domestic or international customer. Plant Export Operations This service is part of the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF). Plant Export Operations provides import and export inspection and certification to help retain Australia’s animal, plant and human health status. Plant Export Operations m aintain the MICoR database guide listing importing country requirements. Refer to http://www.daff.gov.au/micor/plants Quarantine Requirements Are those parameters that are mandated by law by an importing country Government Quarantine Authority that must be met in order to permit entry of the particular pulse. Qua rantine requirements a re also mandated in Australian Export Legislation. On export of pulses from

19. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 19 of 98 poor harvesting and handling techniques or through other means, then these are not considered Whole. Whole Pods Refers to a fully intact protective enclosure, shell, or case surrounding a seed. Whole pods m ay contain several seeds. E. Other Terminology Acceptable Sampling Device Refers to any sampling device that obtains a representative sample to be assessed as per these Standards. Refer to point 13 of Pulse Classification Procedures. Bulk Vessel A sea going vessel used to transport pulses. Pulses are stored loosely in holds without being constrained within a receptacle such as a container or bags. Vessels usually have a number of separate holds or compartments. Classification Procedures Refers to procedures outlined in this document used to sample and assess the quality of pulses tendered for delivery or presented for outturn or export. Container A box li ke receptacle that stores pulses in a sealed environment for transport. Containers are usually approximately 6.1m, 12.2m or 13.7m in length. De - hulling Is the process of removing the seed coat from the kernel. De - hulling is r equired to assess the presence of particular defects such as Poor Colour on the kernel. Export Standard Refers to the Export Standards outlined in this document. Are Standards that are applied to pulses when sold and transported to overseas markets. Farmer Dressed Refers to pulses th at have been harvested and have not subsequently undergone any major cleaning or mechanical screening process to affect their quality. Pulses generally contain some Unmillable Material, Foreign Material and Defective pulses. Grower Load Composite A sample representing the entire load tendered for delivery. Compiled by obtaining individual probe samples of the individual load (container, truck etc) based on the tonnage each represents and combining these samples to form one sample. For details, refer to Pul se Classification P rocedures. Hold Sample A sample obtained from the hatch of a ship that represents the quality of the pulse loaded within that hatch. Load A road bulk unit tendered for delivery.

12. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 12 of 98 13. Defect V arietal V ariation 2 – Orange Tip in Red Lentils Parameter Definition Cause A defect causing d iscolouration of the seed coat caused by seasonal conditions. It may or may not be a pre - cursor to sprouting. Physical Description Seed coats have varying degrees of orange colour , generally in the germ area . Tolerances to apply Orange tip is to be included in the count for Total Defectives. It is not classified as Poor Colour. Presence on Seed Coat Seed coats appear orange in colour. Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Presence on Kernel n/a

31. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 31 of 98 SECTION 5 QUALITY CHARTS The following tables represent the grades of various Standards as defined in this Standards Manual. Standards exist for various commodities in various forms, including :  At Receival – Farmer Dressed  At Export – Farmer Dressed or Machine Dressed  Other Processed commodities All Standards are referred to by a CSP number, unique to each Standard. To fully understand and accurately implement the se pulse Standards, reference should be made to :  O ther relevant sections in this Standards Manual , including  Definitions  Pulse Classification Procedures  T he Appendices  Pulse Australia Visual Quality Charts where applicable  GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide where applicable  Variety Colour Charts where applicable As stated previously, the following Standards are applicable at the time of publishing of this Manual. Variations and new Grades may exist and industry is encou raged to keep updated with changes via reviewing the P ulse A ustralia website at http://www.pulseaus.com.au and other relevant industry information sources. Industry should note that varieties listed within these Standards may be subject to Plant Breeder’s Rights.

17. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 17 of 98 Phomopsis I s a fungal disease that causes various agronomic and quality issues in pulses such as lupins. Refer to each Standard and the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide for details. Pickling Compounds Chemicals added to pulses as a seed dressing or as a seed treatment prior to sowing. Usually are associated with a colouring agent. The presence of any amount of pickling compound is prohibited and a nil tol erance applies. Refer t o Appendix A. Predominating Class Is used in reference to the determination of Poor Colour. Refers to the overall colour of a sample where grains in the greatest quantity within the sample are considered to be Good Colour. The Predo minating Class specifically excludes grains not considered to be Good Colour. Refer also to Contrasting Colour. Purity The amount of material of the particular pulse in question in the sample. Purity includes the seed coat and kernel whether intact or def ective. It excludes all other plant material of the pulse in question. Purity is generally the opposite of Foreign Material. Ryegrass Ergot Is a contaminant resulting from the infection of ryegrass kernels by the fungus Claviceps purpurea. Seed Coat The outer surface of many pulses that envelopes the kernel. Its function is to protect the kernel from splitting or being damaged. The seed coat is often paper - thin. Seed Material Whole or pieces of seed coats and kernels of the pulse being assessed. Seed Pod The protective enclosure, shell, or case surrounding a seed or a number of seeds. Skinless Refers to those kernels with a Missing Seed Coat. R efer to Broken/Chipped/Loose Seed Coat & Split. Small Foreign Seeds A re seeds that are not the pulse being s ampled and have a tolerance specified in Appendix B. Seeds collect in the catch pan during the Screening process. Small Foreign Seeds are included in the assessment of Unmillable Material. Snails Refers to whole or substantially whole (more than half) emp ty snail shells, bodies or bodies with shells, irrespective of species. Tolerances generally apply to live and dead snails. Pieces of material not defined as a Snail (i.e., smashed snail shells that remain in the sample after cleaning) are classified as Un millable Material. Soil Is generally regarded as unconsolidated mineral or organic material. Soil comprises clumps or grains of earth and grains of sand. No size limit applies. I s included in the definition of Unmillable Material however a

16. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 16 of 98 Kernel Refers to the inner part of a pulse that is contained under the seed coat. It m ay also be referred to as a Cotyledon. Note that any damage to the kernel results in that grain being classified as Defective except for Poor Colour. Loose Seed Coat Refer to Broken/Chipped/Loose Seed Coat & Split Manganese Defi ciency In relation to Angustifolius lupins refers to splitting of the seed coat to expose the kernel. I t i s not considered a defect provided no damage to the exposed kernel has occurred . Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide for lupins. Mechanical Damage In reference to Broad Beans means any cracking, splitting or removal of any part of the seed coat or kernel. For other pulses, refer to Broken/Chipped/Loose Seed Coat & Split. Missing Seed Coat Refers to those grains where the Seed Coat is partially or more usually, entirely missing. It m ay also be referred to as “Seed - Coatless”. Refer to Broken/Chipped/Loose Seed Coat & Split. Refer also to each Standard and Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart or GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide for details. Moisture Content The amount of water measured in a sample of pulses, being assessed according to these Standards . Non - vegetable Matter Is a part of Unmillable Material. It r efers to all non - organic material, including soil and stones . Differ ent tolerances may apply depending on the material and pulse type. Objectionable Material Refers to any objectionable foreign mater ial that may or may not be otherwise stated in these Standards. Objectionable Material has the ability to degrade the hygien e of the pulse. It m ay become a food safety issue or may have a commercially unacceptable odour. Refer t o Appendix A. Objectionable Odour In the context of these Standards is a commercially objectionable odour and/or an odour not normally associated with the pulse in question. The Objectionable Odour may be caused by various means which may or may not be discerni ble in the sample being assessed. A nil tolerance applies. Refer t o Appendix A. Pea Weevil Refers to any stage in the life cycle of insects of the species Bruchus pisorum. Pieces of Pea Weevil are included in Unmillable Material. Refer t o Appendix C. Physical Characteristics Is a general description of pulses. Usually describes the general appe arance and overall condition relative to a particular variety of the relevant pulse type.

18. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 18 of 98 separate tolerance for Soil generally applies. Refer to point 14 of the Procedures. Speckling Speckling arises from a genetic stress during maturation or may be a genetic characteristic of that variety. It does not refer to black grains for which a tolera nce may apply in the Poor Colour category. If the kernel is blemished, it is included in the definition of Defective. Speckling is not considered a defect if the kernel remains unblemished. Aldinga Red Lentils - commonly appears as dark spots on the seed coat or kernel . Spots may be few or cover a significant portion of the seed coat or kernel. Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Desi Chickpeas - commonly appears as small spots of any colour on the seed coat or kernel . Spots may be few or cover a significant portion of the seed coat. Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. Split Refer to Broken/Chipped/Loose Seed Coat & Split. Sticks Refers to ligneous material of any size. Sticks are included in Foreign Material. Stones Refers to a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter of any size. Stones are included in Unmillable Material. Stored Grain Insects Are insect contaminants that generally cause damage to the stored pulse. Ther e is a nil tolerance for live insects. Dead or pieces of Stored Grain Insects are included in Unmillable Material. Refer to Appendix A for a list of the more common insects. Tiger Striping In relation to Desi Chickpeas, Tiger Striping is typically due to a period of high heat stress during grain maturation or is a varietal characteristic . It commonly appears as dark coloured lines of striping on the seed coat or kernel. Tiger Striping is not considered a defect. Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standard s Guide. Taint Arises from contaminants imparting any smell or taint to the pulse. Includes but is not limited to plant parts and seeds of Eucalyptus spp. Refer to Objectionable Odour and Appendix A. Unmillable Material I nclude s soil, sand , stones, pieces of snail, pieces of Stored Grain Insects, pieces of Field Insects (except Grasshoppers and Locusts ) and other non - vegetable matter. Refer also to Objectionable Material and Appendix A. Variety This is the next lowest level taxonomic rank o f a plant below that of the term “species”. Differing varieties have differing genetic compositions which may endow them with differing agronomic characteristics, and/or differing end product quality characteristics. Whole Refers to an individual pulse wh ere the seed coat and kernel are entirely 100% present. If part of the seed coat or kernel has been removed due to

22. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 22 of 98 SECTION 4 PULSE CLASSIFICATION PROCEDURES The following procedure is suggested as a general method for the classification of pulses from grower deliveries , and for export where applicable. I t may need to be adapted to suit the assessment of some grades or types of pulses. Sampling 1. Sample the load presented for delivery at the rates listed below using an A pproved S ampling D evice (refer point 13) . Each bulk unit tendered for delivery is to be probed as a separate unit . Bulk Unit Size ( i.e. truck / trailer) Min imum N umber of Samples Min imum Sample Size 10 tonnes or less 3 3 litres Over 10 tonnes up to 20 tonnes 4 4 litres Over 20 tonnes up to 30 tonnes 5 5 litres Over 30 tonnes up to 40 tonnes 6 6 litres Over 40 tonnes up to 50 tonnes 7 7 litres Over 50 tonnes up to 60 tonnes 8 8 litres All samples collected fr om each bulk unit are to be combined and thoroughly mixed to produce a representative Grower Load Composite (GLC) sample. Where large samples are obtained in this manner or where high levels of Foreign Material are present in the sample, it is recommended th at a suitable mechanical device is used for mixing and sub - dividing the sample. 2. From the GLC sample draw a representative sub - sample and test for moisture content. 3. From the GLC sample weigh a representative 200 gram or 400 gram sample depending on the grain type as per the following list : 200 gram Sample 400 gram Sample Adzuki Beans Broad Beans – whole and split Caloona / Poona Cowpeas Chickpeas – Kabuli Type No. 1 Grade Large * Chickpeas – Desi Type Faba Beans – whole and split Chickpeas – Split Chana Dhal Lupins – Albus Chickpeas – Kabuli Type No. 1 Grade Small * Fenugreek Lentils – Whole Green Lentils – Whole Red Lentils – Split Red Lupins – Angustifolius Mung Beans Peas – Field Peas – Yellow Split Pigeon Peas Vetch

15. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 15 of 98 this definition for different Standards. Refer to Appendix C and each Standard for more detail . Field Fungi Staining on the seed coat or kernel that may or may not have been caused by the development of f ungi during periods of high moisture. Refer to Stained & Weather Damaged for tolerances to apply. Foreign Material Refers to U nmillable M aterial and all vegetable material other than seed material (seed coats or kernels) of the pulse in q uestion being sampled and assessed according to these Standards . This includes:  Foreign Seeds (Weed seeds) , including Small Foreign seeds  Cereal seeds (red lentils only)  Empty seed pods or pieces of seed pods of the pulse being assessed  Empty seed pods , pieces of seed pods or seed pods containing seeds of all other weed seeds  Seed attachments of the pulse being assessed  Unmillable Material (Soil, sand, sticks etc)  Field Insects  Grasshoppers and Locusts  Ryegrass Ergot  Snails  Stored grain Insects (dead and pieces) . Foreign Material excludes pods containing seeds of the pulse being assessed as these are classified as Defective. Note there may be separate tolerances for parameters listed within Foreign Material. Foreign Seeds Are those seeds that are not th e pulse being sampled and assessed according to these Standards. Tolerances for specified seeds are listed in Appendix B. Foreign Seeds may be detected both above and below the screen and are to be assessed in the entire sample. Foreign Seeds are included in the assessment of Foreign Material and may also be referred to as Weed Seeds . Good Colour Are those seed coats and kernels practically free from discolouration and have the uniform natural colour and appearance characteristic of the predominating pulse type within the sample of the pulse being assessed. The colour and thus definition may vary by pulse. Note that dark colours such as black may be excluded as the predominating colour depending on the pulse type . Refer to each Standard and Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart or GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide for details. A thin, transparent seed coat may allow the orange kernel to show through in red lentil varieties such as Aldinga and Nugget, hence the seed appears ‘orange’. This is deemed acce ptable and not Poor Colour. For all commodities, seeds that have partial transparency but an acceptable kernel colour are deemed acceptable and of Good Colour. Refer also to Contrasting Colour.

29. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 29 of 98  The probe should not be used if any material from the previous load remains in the hose attached to the probe  The vacuum device should continue to run until there is no material remaining in the probe and hose attached to the probe  It is recommended to use a hose attached to the probe that has a smooth inner surface to reduce the risk of becoming blocked with material  The sample collection bin should not contain material from a prior load that may lead to rejection of the next sampled load or contamination of that sample 15.4 Pneumatic P robes  Pneumatic probes should only be operated where the operator has full access and can v isual ly inspect the entire surface of the load  The device should have sufficient reach to be inserted into all areas of the load and to reach at or near the bottom of the load  The device should be run until all grain has been removed from the device and collected into the sample collection bin  The sample collection bin should not contain material from a prior load that may lead to rejection of the next sampled load or contamination of that sample Sizing Procedure 1 6 . This procedure has been developed for sizing of samples often required for Machine Dressed Export product. This is also referred to as Retention. While this procedure may not be required for all Machine Dressed Export product the following is a guide for industry consideration: a) Sample to be sized is first to be assessed as per the relevant Standard b) Prior to sizing, all non - pulse material (i.e., Foreign Material) is to be removed from the sample . Weigh the remaining pulse material and record the result c) T he remaining pulse material after removal of Foreign Material is to be placed on the relevant sized screen d) The screen is to be shaken using the procedure for assessment of defects falling thro ugh the screen i.e., 40 shakes of the sieve as per method 1 3 “Forty Shakes Sieving Method” e) Weigh the pulse material passing through the sieve after screening. Calculate the percentage by weight using the total sample weight - this is the percentage falling through the screen. Alternatively weigh the material remaining on top of the sieve after screenings – this is the percentage remaining above the screen (Retention) De - Hulling Procedure 1 7 . This procedure has been developed for de - hulling the kernel prior to assessment of seed kernel defects for all commodities where kernels are to be assessed: a) Assessment for kernel defects to occur on ‘as is’ dirty sample basis i.e., without the removal of Foreign Material or defects .

6. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 6 of 98 Relevant Information when classifying grain Considered an Ascochyta Lesion? Lesion Size - Side 1 Lesion Size - Side 2 5% 15% N 15% 15% N 20% 20% N 25% 5% Y 30% 10% Y 10% 30% Y Defects on Kernels Where a tolerance is stated for kernels, seed coats must be removed to identify the presence of the defect. Where the defect is present on the kernel, the grain is classified as Defective except when assessing Poor Colour, where a tolerance may apply. For the definition of Poor Colour, refer to the applicable Standard and grain type. 1. ASCOCHYTA Parameter Definition Cause Is a fungal disease that attacks plant foliage and seed pods Physical Description Lesions are generally visible to the naked eye. The lesion generally appears intense dark brown to black and often fluoresces. It is commonly oval to circular and localised in nature, but may vary in shape. The lesion may be similar in colour to mould or weather damaged. The lesion may also be associate d with the presence of fung al growth of various colours . A lesion may appear on one or both sides of the seed coat or kernel . Presence on Seed Coat Lesion greater than 2 0% coverage o n any one side of the seed coat for all pul ses except desi chickpeas. For all grains, the visual presence of any level of fung al growth associated with mould is considered defective. Refer also to the Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart . Refer also to Point 12 - Stained and Weather Dama ged . For Desi Chickpeas, any lesion of any size is permitted and not classified as Ascochyta provided it is not also present on the kernel. For Desi Chickpeas, if the Ascochyta seed coat lesion is >20% but does not penetrate to the kernel (and thus fall un der the Ascochyta definition), then the grain is classified as Stained & Weather Damaged and is classified as defective. Presence on Kernel Any lesion of any size present on the kernel is classified as defective .

4. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 4 of 98 SECTION 2 PULSE AUSTRALIA PULSE AUSTRALIA is a peak industry body that represents all sectors of the pulse industry in Australia, from growers and agronomists through to researchers, merchants, traders and exporters. It is unique amongst peak bodies in that it is an independent, non - political and a whole of industry org anisation, which acts as a catalyst for the development of the pulse industry. A Board of Directors is nominated from the whole of industry to provide direction and vision. The directors bring skills and knowledge from many areas of interest including pu lse farming, pulse research, seed merchandising, marketing and exporting. The Grains Research and Development Corporation also nominate one D irector. The broad long - term goals of Pulse Australia are to:  Distinguish Australian Pulse products in the intern ational market place.  Develop and maintain existing and new markets.  Address any weak links in the pulse value chain.  Provide coordinated leadership and planning.  Encourage world’s best practice throughout the whole industry.  Foster and maintain grower con fidence.  Ensure a reliable production base of consistent and safe pulse crops that meet customer requirements. PULSE AUSTRALIA’S role takes a three pronged approach to ensure the overall objectives are met in all areas of the industry :  Crop Support Qualified field staff provide s the catalyst for coordination of information across state and institutional boundaries actively supporting farmers and agronomists to ensure confidence, sustainability and consistency of pulse production.  Industry Support Fu ndamentally is about filling the gaps. That is, the provision of the means to create essential linkages along the value chain.  Market Support Providing a single voice for industry in the areas of market access and development and negotiating with governme nts and other industry bodies both domestically and internationally. The pulse industry’s growth is increasingly becoming a key to the future sustainability of the whole Australian grains industry at the strategic importance of pulses within the cereal cr opping system in Australia continues to grow. Research has shown that farm systems achieve substantial benefit from the increased yield and protein content in cereal and oilseed crops that are planted following pulse crops. Australian pulse production ha s grown dramatically. In 1990 total production amounted to only 1.3 million tonnes of pulses. By the turn of the century pulses represented 2.245 million hectares throughout the country, producing around 2.5 million tonnes of grain with a commodity value of over A$675 million, and an additional farm system benefit of around A$300 million. The potential for the pulse crop in Australia, assuming all constraints are overcome, is to increase its current size to 4.2 million hectares, with a commodity value of A$1.504 billion and a farm system benefit of A$538 million – a total of over A$2 billion.

93. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 93 of 98 APPENDIX B - FOREIGN SEEDS WEED SEED DISCLAIMER “ The following weed seed tolerances apply to pulses traded under the standards as specified. Note however, that these weed seed tolerances may differ from those applied in each State and Territory under the respective legislation. All persons trading pulses are advised to refer to the relevant legislation for appropriate Standards to be complied with. Pulse Australia takes no responsibility for pulses traded which do not take into account the relevant legis lative weed seed standards.” Tolerances for Seed Contaminants apply to whole seeds or their equivalent in pieces per 200 gram or 400 gram sample (above or below the screen) of the following species. Any seed pods detected must be opened and the seeds cou nted for inclusion in the tolerances as specified, except where pods have a specified tolerance. The tolerances listed below are m ax imums and refer to the total of all seeds named in each type, except for Type 1 in which the m ax imum applies on an individual seed basis. There shall be nil tolerance on Toxic and / or Noxious weed seeds which are prohibited by S tate laws against inclusion in stockfeed. Please note that S mall Foreign Seeds are seeds that are not the pulse being s ampled and do not have a toler ance specified in Type 1 to 8 that collect in the catch pan during the Forty Shakes Sieving Method . Any weed seed not specifically mentioned in A ppendix B that collect in the catch pan during this process are to be treated as a Type 7(b). TYPE 1 – FOUR SEEDS (Per 200g) – INDIVIDUAL SEED BASIS TYPE 1 – EIGHT SEEDS (Per 400g) – INDIVIDUAL SEED BASIS Colocynth Citrullus colocynthis Doublegees , Spiny Emex or Three Cornered Jack Emex australis Jute Corchorus olitorius Long Head Poppy Papaver dubium Mexican Poppy Argemone mexicana New Zealand Spinach Tetragonia tetragonioides Parthenium Weed Parthenium hysterophorus Poppy (Field) Papaver rhoeas Poppy (Horned) Glaucium flavum Wild Poppy Papaver hybridum

91. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 91 of 98 APPENDIX A - OBJECTIONABLE MATERIAL NIL T olerance Applies to all Standards Objectionable Material refers to objectionable foreign matter that may or may not be otherwise stated in these Standards which has the ability to degrade the hygiene of the pulse, become a food safety issue of concern or has a commercially unacceptable odour (refer Objectionable Odour) . This includes but is not limited to the following:  A nimal excreta  R odents , either alive or dead  Crushed insect bodies or parts that adhere to the grain causing clumping of the grain that may or may not cause an odour  L ive stored product insect pests . Commonly found stored product insects include the following: COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME Angoumois Grain Moth Sitotroga cerealella Confused Flour Beetle Tribolium confusum Cowpea Bruchid Callosobruchus maculatus Flat Grain Beetle Cryptolestes spp. Granary Weevil Sitophilus granaries Indian Meal Moth Plodia interpunctella Lesser Grain Borer Rhyzopertha dominica Maize Weevil Sitophilus zeamais Psocids/Book Lice Psocoptera spp. Rice Weevil Sitophilus oryzae Rust - red Flour Beetle Tribolium castaneum Saw Toothed Grain Beetle Oryzaephilus surinamensis Tropical Warehouse Moth Ephestia cautella Warehouse Beetle Trogoderma variable  A ny chemical not registered for use on pulses , in excess of legal tolerances or chemicals in excess of the MRL  P ickling compounds / seed dressings or any fungicide added to the pulse as a seed dressing  A ny tainting agents and / or other contaminants imparting an odour not normally associ ated with that particular pulse  A commercially objectionable odour and/or an odour not normally associated with the pulse in question. Odour may be caused by various means which may or may not be dis cernible in the sample being assessed

88. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 88 of 98 CSP – 11.2 PIGEON PEAS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Pigeon Peas shall be sound, dry, fresh and light to medium brown in colour. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Pigeon Peas, defective Pigeon Peas and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 2% Max by weight Pigeon Peas not of the specified variety. Pigeon Peas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Pigeon Peas, whether broken or unbroken, an d loose seed coat. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Pigeon Peas whose seed coat or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Pigeon Pea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers &/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

7. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 7 of 98 2. M OULD (FIELD and/or STORAGE), CAKED, B IN BURNT & HEAT DAMAGED Parameter Definition Cause A range of causes including:  Exposure to bacteria or fungi in the field or in storage.  Exposure to severe heat during storage. Heating occurs via mould damage or incorrect drying of high moisture grain.  Heat, subsequent mould attack and high moisture conditions may lead to adherence of foreign material or joining of mouldy grains. Physical Description Depending on the cause, may appear as:  Mould is usually indicated by blackening, discolouration of all or part of the seed coat or kernel. Grains may be soft but may also appear hard after drying out.  Fungal growth may be visibly apparent on the seed coat or kernel as a fungus of various colou rs.  Foreign material may adhere to the seed coat and visually detract from the appearance.  The seed coat or kernel appears reddish - dark brown and blackened or burnt in severe cases. These grains may be similar in appearance to Poor Colour brown seeds. Th is definition does not include Ascochyta lesions. An Objectionable Odour must not be detected. Presence on Seed Coat A ny damage to the seed coat is classified as defective. Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart . Presence on Kernel An y damage to the kernel is classified as defective. Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart. 3. BROKEN/CHIPPED/LOOSE SEED COAT & SPLIT Parameter Definition Cause Damage due to poor harvesting and/or handling techniques. Late harvesting may exacerbate this defect. Physical Description Breakage, cracking, peeling or splitting of the seed coat or chipping and splitting of the kernel in various forms. Damage to the se ed coat may be referred to as loose seed coat or skin damage. Damage to the kernel may be referred to as chipped or scratched. Presence on Seed Coat Includes the following:  Split Seed Coat - A Split in the seed coat running more than half the entire length or across more than half the entire width on one or both sides.  Skin Damaged - A hole in the seed coat where more than 20% of the seed coat on any one side is missing (Where the entire seed coat is not present, it is often referred to as Missing Seed Coat) .

28. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 28 of 98 Approved Sampling Devices 1 5 . Recognising industry uses various sampling devices to obtain samples of pulses in loads tendered for delivery, the following is a set of guiding principles that industry should refer to when sampling pulses and using these device s : 15.1 General  Industry is free to use any sampling device they require to obtain a representative sample of the load  Probes should be operated only when safe to do so and according to company OH&S policy  All probes and associated equipment should be clean, free of contaminants fro m prior loads, rust and chemical residues  All probes and associated equipment should be thoroughly cleaned when the prior load has been rejected due to the presence of a nil tolerance parameter such as live Stored Grain Insects or weed seeds  Prob ing of a l oad can only effectively commence when full access to the entire load is obtained  If the entire load cannot be appropriately sampled, there is a risk of obtaining a sample that is not representative (i.e., if probe does not reach the bottom or near the bot tom of the load on the side of the load away from the sampler)  All probes should be placed into the load and pushed as far as possible into the load  There is no maximum number of probes to be taken from a load. The minimum number of probes to be taken from a load as recognised by industry is outlined in point 1 of these Procedures 15.2 Manual Probes  Manual probes should be of sufficient length to reach at or near the bottom of the load  Probes should be closed prior to inserting into or removing from the load  Probes should be inserted in a s near a vertical position as possible into the load  When sampling pulses, especially loads containing high levels of Foreign Material, probes tend to block and be difficult to open and close. It is recommended to cl ean probes as often as required  Do not use oil , water or grease to clean probes as Foreign Material may adhere to the probe further blocking it 15.3 Vacuum Probes  Vacuum probes should be made of sturdy material so that they do not bend or distort when pushed into the l oad  Check to ensure there are no leaks that may reduce suction  The vacuum suction strength should be sufficient to obtain samples from at or near the bottom of the load  The probe should be inserted into the load in a smooth motion so that the probe spends an equal amount of time at all depths of the load and thus obtains an equal amount of grain from all points within the load  Consideration should be given to not obtaining a sample from the top few centimetres of the load as a non - representative sample may be obtained in this manner  The probe should not be kept at specific depths of the load (such as on or near the bottom) for a different period of time in respect to other areas as a representative sample may not be obtained

84. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 84 of 98 CSP – 10.2.1 PEAS – FIELD NO. 2 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The peas shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Field Peas, D efective Field Peas and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 7% Max by weight Field Peas not of the specified variety. Field Peas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Field Peas, whether broken or unbroken and loose seed coat. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour No limit ---- Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Field Pea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes odour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

11. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 11 of 98 11. POOR COLOUR Parameter Definition Cause Rapid, premature ripening. Discolouration may also arise through weather conditions, disease or during the storage period Physical Description Poor Colour seed coats or kernels are not considered good colour. Seed coats and kernels vary from white to dark brown/black depending on the pulse type. Refer to each Standard and Visual Quality Chart for further information. Seed coats and kernels may be similar in appearance to various other defects such as Mould (Field and/or Storage) / Caked / Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged or Stained & Weather Damaged. Does not include Contrasting Colour. Refer also to the definition for Contrasting Colour. Presence on See d Coat Refer to each Standard and the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart for further information. Presence on Kernel Refer to each Standard and the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart for further information. Seed coat must be removed to determine the presence on the kernel. Variety Specific Definitions not elsewhere listed Faba Beans Grey seed coats due to staining from the seed pod lining . Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Faba Beans Pea Seed Borne Mosaic Virus – Staining on the seed coat caused by the Pea Seed Borne Mosaic Virus . Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. Desi Chickpeas Seed coat – is included under Total Defects, generally described as Stained/Weather Damaged. Kernel – a separate tolerance exists under the Total Defects category. Refer to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. 12. Defect V arietal V ariation 1 – Blondes in Aldinga Red Lentils Parameter Definition Cause A defect causing d iscolouration of the kernel that may be genetic but potentially influenced by seasonal conditions. Physical Description Kernels are not uniformly orange in colour and portions of the kernel appear yellow. Tolerances to apply The ‘blondes’ count is to be included in the total count for Defectives. It is not classified as Poor Colour. Presence on Seed Coat n/a Presence on Kernel Kernels are not uniformly orange in colour. Kernels appear yellow. Seed coat must be removed to determine the presence on the kernel. Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide .

32. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 32 of 98 CSP – 1.1 ADZUKI BEANS MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD F ARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Adzuki Beans shall be sound, dry, fresh and have true varietal colour and characteristics for “Bloodwood” and “Erimo”. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Adzuki Beans , defective Adzuki Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 5% Max by weight , includes , 3% Max by weight Split/Broken and 2 % Max by weight Damaged Adzuki Beans not of the specified variety and Adzuki Bean s that are chipped, damaged, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, sprouted, split/broken, weather damaged, wrinkled . Includes whole pods co ntaining seed and all Adzuki Bean seed material falling through the 4.33mm round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould ( Field and / or Storage ), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged . Split / Broken 3% Max by weight Adzuki Beans that are not whole. Damaged 2% Max by weight Sprouted or insect damaged only. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Seed coat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. See Definition Section for description of Poor Colour. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight, includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Adzuki Bean material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

68. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 68 of 98 CSP – 7. 4 .1 LENTILS – SPLIT RED NO.1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics Split Lentils having a clean and bright appearance. The Lentils shall be milled from hard and well - filled whole R ed Lentil seed. Purity 99.75% Min by weight Split Lentils, whole Lentils , Broken & Kibbled and C aps. Moisture 14% Max ---- Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 0.25% Max by weight Kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Includes kernels that are brown, black, green , yell ow or bleached as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Chalky White Disease 0.25% Max by weight Kernels that have a distinct chalky white lesion as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Caps 0.25% Max by weight Caps are those seed coats adhering to split or broken seed. W hole Lentils with a missing seed coat 5% Max by weight Whole lentils with a missing seed coat Broken & Kibble d 5% Max by weight , Northfield - 2.78 mm round hole All other varieties - 3 mm round hole Lentil seed material falling through the screen. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Foreign Material 0.25% Max by weight Unmillable material ( i.e. includes soil, stones and non - vegetable matter) and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material including detached seed coats . Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil t olerance ---- Field Insects Nil t olerance See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers &/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

75. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 75 of 98 CSP – 8.2.1 LUPINS – ALBUS NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESS ED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Albus Lupins shall be of the current season and be dry and mature. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Albus Lupins, D efective Albus Lupins and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 5% Max by weight including 1% Max by weight P oor C olour , 4 Max per 4 00g B itter D ark seeded Lupins , 34 Max per 4 00g of Phomopsis A ffected seeds Albus Lupins not of the specified variety. Albus Lupin s that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled . Includes pods that contain Albus Lupins, whether broken or unbroken , loose seed coat , poor colour, bitter dark seeded lupins , Phomopsis affected and all Albus Lupin seed material falling through the 6.75m round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 400g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Albus Lupins whose seed coat or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 2% Max by weight wild radish and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Albus Lupin seed material. Includes tolerance for wild radish. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0 .3% Max by weight of soi l) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead or alive per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Four ( 4 ) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 4 00g sample.

98. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 98 of 98 APPENDIX C - FI ELD INSECTS Field Insects - except Grasshoppers and/ or Locusts Field insects are i nsect contaminants of pulses that do not cause damage to stored pulses . Tolerances may include dead or live insects depending on the applicable grain type and Standard. For all Field Insects other than grasshoppers and/ or locusts, the definition re fers to whole bodies. B ody portions or pieces of Field Insects are classified as Unmillable Material. Note: There may be variances with the tolerances applied at export by DAFF Plant Export Operations . COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME Grasshoppers &/or Locusts Various Hairy Fungus Beetle Typhaea stercorea Ladybirds Various Minute Mould Beetles Corticaria species Pea Weevil (dead only) Bruchus pisorum Sitona Weevil Sitona species Desiantha Weevil Desiantha diversipes Wood Bugs Various All Other Field Insects Grasshoppers and Locusts For grasshoppers and /or locusts , six legs, three body parts or two wings or part thereof, constitutes one entire insect respectively. More than one of the same body part constitutes greater than one insect. Pea Weevil For the purposes of these Standards, a Pea Weevil is classified as a Field Insect. Tolerances apply to all life stages of the insect. Live Pea Weevil refers to live insects of the species Bruchus pisorum . Dead Pea Weevil refers to dead insect s of the species Bruchus pisorum . Note: A n exception applies in that a NIL tolerance applies to live Pea Weevil as they are classified as Objectionable Material. COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME Pea Weevil Bruchus pisorum

80. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 80 of 98 Explanation of the AMA Standards IMPORTANT NOTE: The Australian Mungbean Association and Pulse Australia have endorsed and implemented amendments to CSP - 9 AMA Machine Dressed Mungbeans. These amendments were provided to GTA and bec a me effective from 14 February 2013. 1. All Mungbean covered by these Standards are to be Machine Dressed . 2. Appearance; Based on visual assessment against the standard sample at the time of testing. Appearance is determined on uniformity of colour, shades of colour, insect damage, lustre, brightness of colour, condition of skin coat a nd any other characteristics that effect appearance. In conjunction with appearance test a photographic chart and parameters are used to determine overall grade. The four parameters of seed coat, stained, pod scale and wrinkled are outlined by photographs to determine sound and defective seeds. The test is conducted on 300 seeds and tested as presented. 3. Purity; By the International Seed Testing Association rules. Prohibited Seeds (nil tolerance) NSW & QLD lists. Nil Fungal bodies allowed a. AQIS standard for s oil/stone states that soil should not be superficially obvious b. Manufacturing Grade will be 97% by ISTA but it must have a total purity of 99% of mungbean material. 4. Size Grading; 98% must be within a 2mm range based on slotted sieves and within this range 7 5% must be within 0.8mm. (Seed size will be recorded on the certificate) . 5. Moisture; By International Seed Testing Association rules. 6. Defect Type; Photo graphic charts are to be used in conjunction with appearance and parameter tests to determine overall gr ade. The four defect types of pod scale, seed coat, stained, and wrinkled are outlined by the photograph charts to determine sound and defective seeds. The test is conducted on 300 seeds and tested as presented. 7. Objectionable Material; Refers to objection able foreign matter which has the ability to degrade the hyg i ene, become a food safety issue of concern or has a commercially unacceptable odour. 8. Germination; By the International Seed Testing Association rules. Hard seed to be reported. Hard seeds not to be counted as germinable seed (excluded) for varieties Berken, Delta Emerald and Satin. There is no hard seed limit for Regur, Celera or Green diamond. 9. Over - soaks; Percentage of Mungbeans which imbibe after submerging in water at 32 degrees for one hour . 10. Charcoal Rot; Presence of Charcoal Rot tested at 28 degrees for 4 days. 11. Microbiological Standards; a. Ecoli< 10/g b. Coli forms< 103/g c. Salmonella Nil/25g d. If less than tolerance ‘Not Detected’ is to be reported 12. Sprout Test; As per AMA approved procedures . 13. Lowest grade of any one of the above tests will be the overall grade given. 14. Below manufacturing grade is "Sale by Sample".

95. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 95 of 98 TYPE 4 (a) – TEN SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 4 (a) – TWENTY SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Bindweed (Field) Convolvulus arvensis Cutleaf Mignonette Reseda lutea Darnel (Drake Seed) Lolium temulentum Hexham Scent or Melilot (King Island) Melilotus indicus Hoary Cress Cardaria draba Mintweed Salvia reflexa Nightshades Solanum spp Paddy Melon Cucumis myriocarpus Skeleton Weed Chondrilla juncea Variegated Thistle Silybum marianum Hexham Scent ( Melilotus indicus ) may only be received if there is no discernible tainting odour imparted to the grain. TYPE 5 – TWENTY SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 5 – FORTY SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Knapweed (Creeping) or Knapweed (Russian) Acroptilon repens Sesbania Pea Sesbania cannabina Patterson’s Curse or Salvation Jane Echium plantagineum TYPE 6 – FIVE SEEDS/PODS IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 6 – TEN SEEDS/PODS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Colombus Grass Sorghum almum Johnson Grass Sorghum halepense Saffron Thistle Carthamus lanatus Clover (Pods) Trifolium spp Lucerne (Pods) Medicago spp Marshmallow (Pods) Malva parviflora Medic (Pods) Medicago spp Muskweed (Pods) Myagrum perfoliatum Wild Radish (Pods) Raphanus raphanistrum Trefoil (Pods) Medicago spp Pods refers to whole pods or part thereof

9. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 9 of 98 6. INSECT DAMAGED Parameter Definition Cause Damage due to any insect such as Pea Weevil, Etiella grub and Heliothis eating the seed coat or more commonly, the kernel . Physical Description The seed coat and kernel have a chewed appearance. Kernels may contain holes as a result of insects boring through the kernel. Mechanical damage resulting in Broken or Split grains is not included in this definition . Presence on Seed Coat Any damage to the seed coat is classified as defective. Damage generally also occurs under the seed coat and is obvious on the kernel . Refer al so to GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart. Presence on Kernel Any damage to the kernel is classified as defective . Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart. 7. SAPPY Parameter Definition Cause Are those grains that have been harvested before maturity . Physical Description Grains are generally soft when pressed . Presence on Seed Coat Any level of sappiness is classified as defective . Presence on Kernel Any level of sappiness is classified as defective . 8. FROST DAMAGED, SHRIVELLED & WRINKLED Parameter Definition Cause Damage has occurred during the maturation phase due to some form of environmental or agronomic stress such as frost . Physical Description Visible damage to the seed coat or size and shape of grain whereby the grains are severely distorted and/or shrunken. Seed coats may tightly adhere to the kernel or be brittle . Seed coats may show a level of discolouration depending on the extent of damage. Grains are often smaller than the majority in the sample . For some commodities, these small grains may fall through the screen and be classified as Defective. Presence on Seed Coat A distinct ridge (often described as mo untains and valleys) on the seed coat must be present to be classified as Frost Damaged, Shrivelled & Wrinkled. Ridges may be described as coarse waves rather than soft waves. Seed coats may be wrinkled or dimpled and distinctly indented into the kernel. Seed coats with a slight degree of indentations are not included in this definition . Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart.

10. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 10 of 98 Presence on Kernel A distinct indentation on the kernel . 9. SPROUTED Parameter Definition Cause Damage due to wet weather conditions during maturation. Also occurs through moisture ingress when in storage . Physical Description The seed coat has split and the primary root has emerged. This includes early and any further advanced stage of growth of the primary root. Includes grains where the primary root has been knocked off during the harvesting or handling process . Presence on Seed Coat Any visual presence of the primary root through the s eed coat is classified as defective . Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart. Presence on Kernel Any visual presence of the primary root through the seed coat is classified as defective. Kernels may also be soft to the touch . Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart . 10. STAINED & WEATHER DAMAGED Parameter Definition Cause Damage has occurred during the maturation phase due to some form of disease , weather event or stress prior to harvest . Physical Description A general term used to describe visible damage to the seed coat or kernel that may or may not otherwise be defined or be distinguishable from other defects in these Standards . Seed coats and kernels may be discoloured or altered in size or shape. Weather damage may also lead to Poor Colour, a L oose S eed C oat, S hrivelled and W rinkled . Presence on Seed Coat Discolouration of the seed coat of various shapes and shades. Generally is a dark brown to black colour depending on the pulse type. May be on one or more sides . D epending on the intensity and the pulse type , generally must be greater than 2 0% of the surface area o n any one side of the seed coat. Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart . For Desi Chickpeas, if the Ascochyta seed coat lesion is >20% but does not penetrate to the kernel (and thus fall under the Ascochyta definition), then the grain is classified as Stained & Weather Damaged and is classified as defective. Presence on Kernel Any damage to the kernel is classified as defective .

94. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 94 of 98 TYPE 2 – NIL SEEDS (Per 200g) TYPE 2 – NIL SEEDS (Per 400g) Castor Oil Plant Ricinus communis Coriander Coriandrum sativum Crow Garlic or Wild Garlic Allium vineale Darling Pea Swainsona spp Opium Poppy Papaver somniferum Ragweed Ambrosia spp Rattlepods Crotalaria spp Starburr Acanthospermum hispidum St. Johns Wort Hypericum perforatum TYPE 3 (a) – ONE SEED IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 3 (a) – TWO SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Bathurst Burr Xanthium spinosum Bulls Head or Caltrop or Cats Head Tribulus terrestris Cape Tulip Homeria spp Cottonseed Gossypium spp Dodder Cuscuta spp Noogoora Burr Xanthium pungens Thornapple Datura spp TYPE 3 (b) – TWO SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 3 (b) – FOUR SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Vetch (Tare) * Vicia sativa Vetch (Commercial) * Vicia spp * Nil tolerance applies to vetch of any type in Red Lentils (whole or split) to Saudi Arabia TYPE 3 (c) – FOUR SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 3 (c) – EIGHT SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Heliotrope (Blue) Heliotropium amplexicaule Heliotrope (Common) Heliotropium europaeum

96. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 96 of 98 TYPE 7 (a) – TEN SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 7 (a) – TWENTY SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Chickpeas Cicer arietinum Corn Zea mays Cowpea Vigna unguiculata Faba Beans Vicia faba Lentils Len culinaris Lupin Lupinus spp Maize Zea mays Peas (Field) Pisum sativum Soybean Glycine Max Excludes the pulse being sampled TYPE 7 (b) – TEN SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 7 (b) – TWENTY SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Barley (2 row) Hordeum distichon Barley (6 row) Hordeum vulgare Bindweed (Australian) Convolvulus erubescens Bindweed (Black) Polygonum convolvulus Durum Triticum durum Oats (Black or Wild) Avena fatua Oats (Sand) Avena strigosa Oats (Common) Avena sativa Rice Oryza sativa Rye (Cereal) Secale cereale Sorghum (Grain) Sorghum bicolor Triticale Triticosecale spp Turnip Weed Rapistrum rugosum Wheat Triticum aestivum Any other seed contaminant not specified (other than Small Foreign Seeds) Note: A separate tolerance exists for Cereal seeds in Red Lentils only. Refer definition of Cereal seeds. TYPE 7 (c) – ONE SEED IN TOTAL (Per 200g) TYPE 7 (c) – TWO SEEDS IN TOTAL (Per 400g) Safflower Carthamus tinctorius Sunflower Helianthus annuus

8. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 8 of 98  Loose Seed Coat (Peeling) - W here the seed coat is visibly falling off the kernel to any extent and not adhering tightly to the kernel.  Missing Seed Coat - Where t he entire seed coat is missing but the kernel is intact. Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart. . Presence on Kernel Any damage to the kernel is classified as defective . Includes the following:  Chip ped ( Scratched ) – A part of the kernel is damaged or removed.  A Split where the kernel is separated into two halves. Pieces may be whole or partial. Seed coat may adhere to the kernel pieces (Caps). Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide or Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart. 4. GREEN GRAINS – Desi Chickpeas Parameter Definition Cause Premature ripening of the desi chickpea grain. Physical Description Seed coats or kernels appear green. Where any greenish tinge is present on the seed coat, it is recommended the kernel also be inspected. Presence on Seed Coat More than a slight greenish tinge must be present to be classified as defective. Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. Presence on Kernel Any damage to the kernel is classified as defective. 5. HAIL DAMAGED – Desi Chickpeas Parameter Definition Cause Damage by hail. Physical Description Damage to the seed coat or kernel. Damage to the seed coat can appear as bruising (darkening) or in more severe cases splitting of the seed coat. This may cause discolouration and damage to the kernel. Damage to the kernel can vary from bruising (darkening) to physical damage such as crushing of the entire kernel. Presence on Seed Coat Any damage to the seed coat is classified as defective. Refer also to the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. Presence on Kernel Any damage to the kernel is classified as defective.

60. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 60 of 98 * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction. CSP – 7.1.2 LENTILS – WHOLE GREEN NO.1 MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well - filled and light green in colour. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Lentils, Defective Lentils and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container (bulk or bagged): 5% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment: 10% Max by weight Both include Poor Seed Coat Colour and Poor Kernel Colour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken, l oose seed coat and all Green Lentil seed material falling through the 2mm slotted screen (Boomer 2.2mm) - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Lentils not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat. Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the Pulse Australia Lentil Visual Quality Chart s . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and red, brown, black, bleached and chalky white kernels. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter . Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

36. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 36 of 98 CSP – 2.1.3 BROAD BEANS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Broad Beans shall be sound, dry, fresh and colour typical for the variety of the season. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Broad Beans, defective Broad Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Containers (bulk or bagged): 7% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment: 10% Max by weight. All include Max 1.5% by weight Insect Damaged, 6% Max by weight Mechanical Damage, 3% Max by weight Poor Colour and 3% Max by weight Ascochyta Broad Beans not of the specified variety and Broad Beans remaining above the 6mm slot screen that are broken, chipped, damaged, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes whole pods containing seed, Mechanical Damage, Poor Colour, Ascochyta Affected and Screenings. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Screenings 1% Max by weight, 6 mm slot All material passing through a 6 mm slot screen is part of Screenings or Foreign Material. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mechanical Damage 6.0% Max by weight, includes 5% Max by weight Seed Coat damage and 3% Max by weight Kernel Damage Includes tolerances of 3% maximum Kernel Damage and 5% maximum Seed Coat damage. Poor Colour 3% Max by weight Seed Coat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Refer to the Pulse Australia Broad Bean Visual Quality Standard. Ascochyta 3% Max by weight Broad Beans affected with a spot greater than 4mm or more than one spot with combined size greater than 4mm. Affected is where the Ascochyta lesion is visible on the seed coat. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight, includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Broad Bean mat erial. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects Two (2) Max Dead per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour , see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Four (4) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 400g sample. Note: The Broad Beans shall be designated into a category based on the final grade achieved by the majority (greater than 90%) of the Broad Beans once cleaned and graded e.g. 90% of Broad Beans must be retained above an 11mm round hole screen or 14mm round hole screen to be classified as 11mm or 14mm sized, respectively. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

74. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 74 of 98 CSP – 8.1.4 LUPINS – ANGUSTIFOLIUS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Angustifolius Lupins shall be of the current season and be dry and mature. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Angustifolius Lupins, Defective Angustifolius Lupins and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 4 % Max by weight including 36 Max per 200g Poor Colour; 2 Max per 200g Bitter Dark seeded Lupins and 17 Max per 200g of Phomopsis Affected seeds Angustifolius Lupins not of the specified variety. Angustifolius Lupins that are broken, chipped, diseased, f rost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Angustifolius Lupins, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat, poor colour, bitter dark seeded lupins and Phomopsis affected. Mould 1% Max by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour Thirty - six (36) seeds Max per 200g Yellow reddish / tan coloured Angustifolius Lupins as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight, includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Angustifolius Lupin seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Nil tolerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

1. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 1 of 98 AUSTRALIAN PULSE STANDARDS 20 1 4 /20 1 5 INTRODUCTION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 3 PULSE AUSTRALIA ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 4 PULSE DEFINITIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 5 Summary Table for Defect Categories ................................ ................................ .......... 13 PULSE CLASSIFICATION PROCEDURES ................................ ................................ ..... 22 CSP – 1.1 ADZUKI BEANS MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ................................ .. 32 CSP – 1.2 ADZUKI BEANS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ................................ .... 33 CSP – 2.1.1 BROAD BEANS MINIMUM R ECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ............................... 34 CSP – 2.1. 2 BROAD BEANS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ................................ .. 35 CSP – 2.1. 3 BROAD BEANS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ................................ . 36 CSP – 2.2 BROAD BEANS – N O. 1 SPLIT MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD ................................ ................................ ............... 37 CSP – 3.1 CALOONA / POONA COWPEAS M INIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ......... 38 CSP – 4.1.1 CHICKPEAS – DESI TYPE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .............. 39 CSP – 4.1.2 CHICKPEAS – DESI TYPE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ................ 40 CSP – 4.1.3 CHICKPEAS – DESI TYPE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ............... 41 CSP – 4.2 CHICKPEAS – SPLIT CHANA DHAL MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD ................................ ................................ ....... 42 CSP – 4.3.1 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 G rade Large MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED .......... 43 CSP – 4.3.2 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Large MINIMUM EXPORT STANDA RD MACHINE DRESSED ............ 44 CSP – 4.3.3 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Small MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ........... 45 CSP – 4.3.4 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Small MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED .............. 46 CSP – 4.3.5 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Small MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ............. 47 CSP – 5.1.1 FABA BEANS – CANNING GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ 48 CSP – 5.1.2 FABA BEANS – CANNING GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ .. 49 CSP – 5.2.1 FABA BEANS – N O . 1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ....... 50 CSP – 5.2.2 FABA BEANS – NO. 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .......... 51 CSP – 5.2.3 FABA BEANS – NO. 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ......... 52 CSP – 5.3.1 FABA BEANS – NO . 2 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ....... 53 CSP – 5.3.2 FABA BEANS – NO. 2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .......... 54 CSP – 5.4.1 FABA BEANS – NO . 3 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ...... 55 CSP – 5.5 FABA BEANS – NO. 1 SPLIT GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRES SED ................................ . 56

66. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 66 of 98 CSP – 7.3.2 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO.2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Lentils, Defective Lentils and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container (bulk or bagged): 9 % Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment: 1 4 % Max by weight Both include Poor Seed Coat Colour and Poor Kernel Colour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, orange tip, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat , 3% blondes (Aldinga only) and all Red Lentil seed material falling through the 2mm slotted screen (Aldinga 2.2mm) - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Dama ged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Lentils not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 3 % Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and green, brown, bla ck, yellow, bleached and chalky white kernels. Contrasting Colour 1% Max by weight Contrasting colour of the seed coat in the same variety. Not classified as defective. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, of which 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material. Includes empty seed pods. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil con tamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

38. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 38 of 98 CSP – 3.1 CALOONA / POONA COWPEAS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Cowpeas shall have a good bright appearance of the specified type i.e. buff coloured or red. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Cowpeas, defective Cowpeas, Cowpeas other than specified type. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 2% Max by weight Cowpeas not of the specified variety. Cowpeas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, shrivelled, split, sprouted , weather damaged, wrinkled . Includes pods that contain Cowpeas, whether broken or unbroken and loose seed coat. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Seed coat or kernel which is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class of the specified type. Includes Ascochyta affected lesions. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Cowpea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter . Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil tolerance Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil Tolerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass E rgot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. NOTE : Sowing seed shall have a minimum germination of 85% including hard seeds (I.S.T.A) . * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

33. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 33 of 98 CSP – 1.2 ADZUKI BEANS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Adzuki Beans shall be sound, dry, fresh and have true varietal colour and characteristics for “Bloodwood” and “Erimo”. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Adzuki Beans , defective Adzuki Beans and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 2% Max by weight Adzuki Beans not of the specified variety and Adzuki Beans that are chipped, damaged, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, sprouted, split/broken, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes whole pods containing seed and all Adzuki Bean seed material falling through the 4.76mm round hole screen (No.1 grade) or 4.76mm (No.2 grade) - s ee Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Seed coat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight, includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Adzuki Bean material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Includes grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds Nil tolerance See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract . Please note that th i s E xport S tandard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . Se e I ntroduction.

61. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 61 of 98 CSP – 7.1. 3 LENTILS – WHOLE GREEN NO.1 MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well filled. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Lentils, D efective Lentils and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged) : 3% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 5% Max by weight Both include P oor S eed C oat Colour and Poor K ernel C olour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, spro uted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken, l oose seed coat and all Green Lentil seed material falling through the 2mm slotted screen (Boomer 2.2mm) - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Lentils not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Lentil Visual Quality Charts . Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the Pulse Australia Lentil Visual Quality Charts . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and red, brown, black, bleached and chalky white kernels. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil tolerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

13. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 13 of 98 C. SUMMARY TABLE FOR DEFECT CATEGORIES The following is a table summarising the categories listed within Defective pulses. Note that this table refers to the presence on the entire grain (seed coat or kernel). Vari ations may exist for some pulses, including but not limited to Mung Beans and mechanically processed commodities such as Split product. Refer to the applicable Standard for the tolerances to apply for each Defect. Where the statement includes:  Refer to De finition or Standard – refer to the Definition and relevant description in the applicable commodity Standard  Refer to Visual Chart – refer to the relevant Pulse Australia Visual Quality Chart or GTA Visual Recognition Standards G uide for further guidance Defect Type Pulse Type Seed Coat Kernel Classified Defective if greater than Classified Defective if greater than General Defects Ascochyta All pulses except desi chickpeas Desi chickpeas 20% on any one side all pulses except desi chickpeas n/a Nil (any presence) Broken, Chipped, Loose Seed Coat & Split All pulses Refer to Definition and Visual Chart Nil (any presence) Green Desi Chickpeas More than a slight greenish tinge Nil (any presence) Poor Colour All pulses Refer to Standard & Visual Chart Refer to Standard & Visual Chart Frost Damaged, Shrivelled & Wrinkled All pulses Distinct Ridge or indentations Distinct indentation Mould (Field and/or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged All pulses except Mungbeans Refer to Standard & Visual Chart Refer to Standard & Visual Chart Stained & Weather Damaged All pulses Generally 20% on any one side. Refer to Visual Chart Nil (any presence) Varietal Variation Defects Blondes Aldinga Red Lentils n/a Nil (any presence) Orange Tip Red Lentils Refer to Visual Chart Nil (any presence) Nil Tolerance Definition Defects Hail Damaged Desi Chickpeas Nil (any presence) Nil (any presence) Insect Damaged All pulses Nil (any presence) Nil (any presence) Sappy All pulses Nil (any presence) Nil (any presence) Sprouted All pulses Nil (any presence) Nil (any presence)

87. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 87 of 98 CSP – 11.1 PIGEON PEAS MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETERS REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Pigeon Peas shall be sound, dry, fresh and light to medium brown in colour. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Pigeon Peas, D efective Pigeon Peas and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 5% Max by weight Pigeon Peas not of the specified variety. Pigeon Pea s that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Pigeon Peas, whether broken or unbroken , and loose seed coat. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Pigeon Peas whose seed coat or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Pigeon Pea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please r ead important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

90. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 90 of 98 CSP – 12.2 VETCH MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics Vetch should be whole, sound, dry, fresh and colour typical of the variety of the season. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Vetch, D efective Vetch, skins and de - coated Vetch. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 2% Max by weight Vetch not of the specified variety. Vetch kernels that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Vetch, whether broken or unbroken and loose seed coat. Vetch where whole or part of the seed coat only is damaged, is included as sound Vetch. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Vetch whose seed coat or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight, includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Vetch seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil conta mination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers &/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

46. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 46 of 98 CSP – 4.3.4 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Small MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Kabuli Type Chickpeas shall be sound, dry, fresh and cream to light brown in colour. Dark brown to black colour is excluded as the predominating class. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Kabuli type chickpeas, defective Kabuli type chickpeas and seed coats Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Containers (bulk or bagged): 8% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment: 10% Max by weight All include Poor Colour Kabuli Type Chickpeas not of the specified variety and Kabuli type Chickpeas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes whole pods containing seed and all Kab uli Chickpea seed material falling through the 5.00mm round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight, includes 1% Max by weight Ascochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel. Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Kabuli Type Chickpea seed mat erial. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max ---- Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

47. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 47 of 98 CSP – 4.3.5 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Small MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Kabuli Type Chickpeas shall be sound, dry, fresh and cream to light brown in colour. Dark brown to black colour is excluded as the predominating class. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Kabuli type chickpeas, defective Kabuli type chickpeas and seed coats Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 2% Max by weight , includ es 2% Max by weight P oor C olour Kabuli Type Chickpeas not of the specified variety and Kabuli type Chickpeas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes whole pods containing seed and all Kabuli Chickpea seed material falling through the 5.00mm round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight , includes 1% Max by weight Ascochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel. Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Kabuli Type Chickpea seed m aterial. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil tolerance ---- NOTE: The minimum and/or m aximum size in millimetres applying to at least 92% of the Kabuli type chickpea of the lot agreed between the buyer and seller e.g. 8mm sized Kabuli type chickpeas must have a retention of 92% above a 8mm round hole screen. See Point 1 4 of Procedures . * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introductio n.

52. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 52 of 98 CSP – 5.2.3 FABA BEANS – NO.1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Faba Beans shall be sound, dry and fresh and light to medium brown or pale green in colour. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged) : 6% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 10% Max by weight All i nclude Po or C olour Faba Beans not of the specified variety and Faba Beans that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, green, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, stained, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Faba Beans, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Faba Bean seed material falling through the 3.75mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 3% Max by weight Faba Beans with excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Faba Bean Visual Quality Charts . Includes Ascochyta lesions. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Faba Bean seed material. Foreign Material includes stalks and plant material that may be connected to the plant. Unmillable Material 0.1% Ma x by weight Includes soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil T olerance ---- Field Insects Two ( 2 ) Max Dead per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

56. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 56 of 98 CSP – 5.5 FABA BEANS – NO.1 SPLIT GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics Good colour beans: split Faba Beans having a clean bright appearance. The Faba Beans shall be milled from hard and well filled whole Faba Beans Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, split Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 3% Max by we ight, includes 2% Max by weight Poor Colour, 2% Max by weight Caps and whole unshelled Tolerances apply to Poor C olour, C aps and Faba Beans with the Seed Coat intact and Faba Beans with a Missing Seed Coat. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight Kernel which is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Includes Ascochyta and Green Faba beans . Caps , Faba Beans with seed coat intac t 2% Max by weight Caps are seed coats adhering to split or broken seed . Broken & Kibbled 4% Max by weight , 6mm round hole screen Faba Bean seed material that passes through a 6 mm round hole screen. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Detached Seed Coats 0.1% Max by weight ---- Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material, detached seed coats and all vegetable matter other than unspecified Faba Bean seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Not more than one (1) stone per kg. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil t olerance ---- Field Insects Nil t olerance See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers & /or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introductio n.

35. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 35 of 98 CSP – 2.1.2 BROAD BEANS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Broad Beans shall be sound, dry, fresh and colour typical for the variety of the season. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Broad Beans, defective Broad Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of Which 8% Max by weight. Includes Max 1.5% by weight Insect Damaged, 6% Max by weight Mechanical Damage, 3% Max by weight Poor Colour and 3% Max by weight Ascochyta Broad Beans not of the specified variety and Broad Beans remaining above the 6mm slot scre en that are broken, chipped, damaged, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes whole pods containing seed, Mechanical Damage, Kernel Damage, Poor Colour, Ascochyta Affected and Scree nings. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Screenings 5% Max by weight, 6 mm slot All material passing through a 6 mm slot screen is part of Screenings or Foreign Material. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mechanical Damage 6.0% Max by weight, includes 5% Max by weight Seed Coat damage and 3% Max by weight Kernel Damage Includes tolerances of 3% maximum Kernel Damage and 5% maximum Seed Coat damage. Poor Colour 3% Max by weight, includes 1% Max grains Black Beans (affected by mould (field or storage) or moisture) Seed coat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Including evergreens (Max 2%), old season, dark beans or affected by mould (field or storage). Refer to Pulse Australia Broad Bean Visual Quality Standards. Ascochyta 3% Max by weight Broad Beans affected with a spot greater than 4mm or more than one spot with combined size greater than 4mm. Affected is where the Ascochyta lesion is visible on the seed coat. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Broad Bean material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which Max 0.3% soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Two (2) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 400g sample. Field Insects Thirty (30) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour , see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Four (4) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 400g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

2. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 2 of 98 CSP 6.1 FENUGREEK – WHOLE NO. 1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ............................... 57 CSP 6.2 FENUGREEK – WHOLE NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ .. 58 CSP – 7.1.1 LENTILS – WHOLE GREEN NO . 1 MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ . 59 CSP – 7.1. 2 LENTILS – WHOLE GREEN NO . 1 MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .... 60 CSP – 7.1. 3 LENTILS – WHOLE GREEN NO. 1 MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ... 61 CSP – 7.2.1 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO. 1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ......................... 62 CSP – 7.2.2 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ............................ 63 CSP – 7.2.3 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRE SSED .......................... 64 CSP – 7.3.1 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO. 2 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ......................... 65 CSP – 7.3.2 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO . 2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ............................ 66 CSP – 7.3.3 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO . 2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED .......................... 67 CSP – 7.4.1 LENTILS – SPLIT RED NO. 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD ................................ ................................ .. 68 CSP – 7.4.2 LENTILS – SPLIT RED NO. 2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD ................................ ................................ .. 69 CSP – 7.4.3 LENTILS – SP LIT RED NO. 3 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD ................................ ................................ .. 70 CSP – 8.1.1 LUPINS – ANGUSTIFOLIUS MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ........... 71 CSP – 8.1.2 LUPINS – ANGUSTIFOLIUS MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD GRAIN POOL OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA FARMER DRESSED ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 72 CSP – 8.1.3 LUPINS – ANGUSTIFOLIUS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .............. 73 CSP – 8.1. 4 LUPINS – ANGUSTIFOLIUS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ............. 74 CSP – 8.2.1 LUPINS – ALBUS NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .... 75 CSP – 8.2.2 LUPINS – ALBUS NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ....... 76 CSP – 8.2.3 LUPINS – ALBUS NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ...... 77 CSP – 8.3.1 LUPINS – ALBUS NO . 2 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .... 78 CSP – 9 AMA STANDARDS FOR MUNGBEANS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARDS ................................ ................................ .. 79 CSP – 10.1.1 PEAS – FIELD NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ....... 81 CSP – 10.1.2 PEAS – FIELD NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .......... 82 CSP – 10.1.3 PEAS – FIELD NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ......... 83 CSP – 10.2.1 PEAS – FIELD NO. 2 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ....... 84 CSP – 10.2.2 PEAS – FIELD NO. 2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ .......... 85 CSP – 10.3 PEAS – YELLOW SPLIT MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ .................... 86 CSP – 11.1 PIGEON PEAS MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ................................ .. 87 CSP – 11.2 PIGEON PEAS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ................................ ... 88 CSP – 12.1 VETCH MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED ................................ ................................ .............. 89 CSP – 12.2 VETCH MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED ................................ ................................ ................ 90 APPENDIX A - OBJECTIONABLE MATERIAL ................................ ............................. 91 APPENDIX B - FOREIGN SEEDS ................................ ................................ ................. 93 APPENDIX C - FIELD INSECTS ................................ ................................ .................... 98

76. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 76 of 98 CSP – 8.2.2 LUPINS – ALBUS NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETERS REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Albus Lupins shall be of the current season and be dry and mature. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Albus Lupins, D efective Albus Lupins and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 5% Max by weight including 1% Max by weight P oor C olour , 4 Max per 4 00g B itter D ark seeded Lupins , 34 Max per 4 00g of Phomopsis A ffected seeds Albus Lupins not of the specified variety. Albus Lupin s that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Albus Lupins, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat, poor colour, bitter dark seeded lupins , Phomopsis affected and all Albus Lupin seed material falling through the 6.75m round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Albus Lupins whose seed coats or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 2% Max by weight wild radish and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Albus Lupin seed material. Includes tolerance for wild radish. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

85. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 85 of 98 CSP – 10.2.2 PEAS – FIELD NO. 2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The peas shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Field Peas, D efective Field Peas and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged) : 9% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 11% Max by weight Field Peas not of the specified variety. Field Peas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, spro uted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain F ield Peas, whether broken or unbroken and loose seed coat. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour No limit ---- Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Field Pea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introductio n.

45. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 45 of 98 CSP – 4.3.3 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Small MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Kabuli type Chickpeas shall be sound, dry, fresh and cream to light brown in colour. Dark brown to black is excluded as the predominating class. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Kabuli type Chickpeas, defective Kabuli type Chickpeas and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 3% Max by weight , includ es 2% Max by weight P oor C olour Kabuli Type Chickpeas not of the specified variety and Kabuli type Chickpeas that are broken, caked, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes whole pods containing seed and all Kabuli Chickpea seed material falling through the 5.00mm round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight , includes 1% Max by weight Ascochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel. Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Kabuli type Chickpeas seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

69. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 69 of 98 CSP – 7.4.2 LENTILS – SPLIT RED NO.2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics Split Lentils having a clean and bright appearance. The Lentils shall be milled from hard and well - filled whole R ed Lentil seed. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Split Lentils, whole Lentils , Broken & Kibbled and C aps. Moisture 14% Max ---- Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 0.25% Max by weight Kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Includes kernels that are brown, b lack, green, yellow or bleached as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Chalky White Disease 0.25% Max by weight Kernels that have a distinct chalky white lesion as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Caps 0.5% Max by weight Caps are those seed coats adhering to split or broken seed. W hole Lentils with a missing seed coat 5% Max by weight Whole lentils with a missing seed coat . Broken & Kibble d 5% Max by weight , Northfield - 2.78 mm round hole All other varieties - 3 mm round hole Lentil seed material falling through the screen. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight , includ es 0.3% Max by weight of soil Unmillable material ( i.e. includes soil, stones and non - vegetable matter) and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material, including detached seed coats Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. . Snails Nil t olerance ---- Field Insects Nil t olerance See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers &/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

89. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 89 of 98 CSP – 12.1 VETCH MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics Vetch should be whole, sound, dry, fresh and colour typical of the variety of the season. Purity 97% Min by weight Includes whole Vetch, D efective Vetch, skins and de - coated Vetch. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 5% Max by weight Vetch not of the specified variety. Vetch kernels that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Vetch, whether broken or unbroken and loose seed coat. Vetch where whole or part of the seed coat only is damaged, is included as s ound Vetch. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Vetch whose seed coat or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , of which Max 2% by weight cereal grain and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Vetch seed material. Includes cereal grain. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

67. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 67 of 98 CSP – 7.3.3 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO.2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRE SSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well filled. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Lentils, Defective Lentils and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container (bulk or bagged): 7 % Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment: 9 % Max by weight Both include Poor Seed Coat Colour and Poor Kernel Colour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, orange tip, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat , 3% blondes (Aldinga only) and all Red Lentil seed material falling through the 2mm slotted screen (Aldinga 2.2mm) - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 3% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and green, brown, black, yellow, bleached and chalky white kernels. Contrasting Colour 1% Max by weight Contrasting colour of the seed coat in the same variety. Not classified as defective. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight, of which 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material. Includes empty seed pods. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Proce dures. Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

65. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 65 of 98 CSP – 7.3.1 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO.2 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Lentils, Defective Lentils and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 8% Max by weight, includes 3% Max by weight Poor Seed Coat Colour, 1% Ma x by weight Poor Kernel Colour and 5% Max by weight of Defectives other than Poor Colour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, orange tip, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat , 3% blondes (Aldinga only) and all Red Lentil seed material falling through the 2mm slotted screen (Aldinga 2.2mm) - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Lentils not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 3% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and gree n, brown, black, yellow, bleached and chalky white kernels. Contrasting Colour 1% Max by weight Contrasting colour of the seed coat in the same variety. Not classified as defective. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, of which 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable other than Lentil seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

77. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 77 of 98 CSP – 8.2.3 LUPINS – ALBUS NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Albus Lupins shall be of the current season and be dry and mature. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Albus Lupins, D efective Albus Lupins and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 2% Max by weight including 1% Max by weight Poor Colour, 4 Max per 400g Bitter Dark seeded Lupins, 34 Max per 400g of Phomopsis Affected seeds Albus Lupins not of the specified variety. Albus Lupins that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Albus Lupins, whe ther broken or unbroken, loose seed coat, poor colour, bitter dark seeded lupins , Phomopsis affected and all Albus Lupin seed material falling through the 6.75m round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Albus Lupins whose seed coats or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Albus Lupin seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects Two ( 2 ) Max Dead per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

83. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 83 of 98 CSP – 10.1.3 PEAS – FIELD NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The peas shall be hard and well filled. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Field Peas, D efective Field Peas and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged ) : 2% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 5% Max by weight Field Peas not of the specified variety. Field Peas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Field Peas, whether broken or unbr oken, loose seed coat and all Field Pea seed material falling through the 3.75m slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Seed coat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Field Pea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- NOTE: N ot less than 70% by weight of the whole shall be prime peas, that is, field peas of a size that will not pass through a 6.35mm round hole screen. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Expor t Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

54. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 54 of 98 CSP – 5.3.2 FABA BEANS – NO.2 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Faba Beans shall be sound, dry and fresh and light to medium brown or pale green in colour . Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged) : 12% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 14% Max by weight All include P oor C olour Faba Beans not of the specified variety and Faba Beans that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, green, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, stained, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Faba Beans, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Faba Bean seed material falling through the 3.75mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 7% Max by weight Discoloured Faba Beans have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Faba Bean Visual Quality Charts . Includes Ascochyta lesions . Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Faba Bean seed material. Foreign Material includes stalks and plant material that may be connected to the plant. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter . Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Four ( 4 ) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 4 00g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

58. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 58 of 98 CSP – 6.2 FENUGREEK – WHOLE NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSE D PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Fenugreek shall be hard and well filled. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Fenugreek, defective Fenugreek and seed coats . Moisture 12% Max ---- Defective Of which 2% Max by weight , includes 1% Max by weight Varietal Restriction Fenugreek not of the specified variety and Fenugreek that is broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Fenugreek, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Fenugreek seed material falling through the screen - see Point 13 of Pro cedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Not of the specified variety . Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Seed coat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Includes poor colour arising from disease such as bacterial blight , frost damage and water staining. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Fenugreek seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material N il t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries , as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

57. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 57 of 98 CSP – 6.1 FENUGREEK – WHOLE NO.1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Fenugreek shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Fenugreek, defective Fenugreek and seed coats . Moisture 12% Max ---- Defective 3% Max by weight , includ es 1% Max by weight Varietal Restriction Fenugreek not of the specified variety and Fenugreek that is broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Fenugreek, whether broken or unbroken, loose se ed coat and all Fenugreek seed material falling through the screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Fenugreek not of the specified variety. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Seed coat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Includes poor colour arising from disease such as bacterial blight , frost damage and water staining. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Fenugreek seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter . Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

62. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 62 of 98 CSP – 7.2.1 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO.1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Lentils, D efective Lentils and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 4% Max by weight, includes 1% Max by weight Poor Seed Coat Colour, 1% Max by weight Poor Kernel Colour, and 3% Max by weight of Defectives other than Poor Colour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, orange tip, sappy, shrivelled, split , sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat , 3% blondes (Aldinga only) and all Red Lentil seed material falling through the slotted screen (Aldinga 2.2mm) - see Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Lentils not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and green, brown, black, yellow, bleached and chalky white kernels. Contrasting Colour 1% Max by weight Contrasting colour of the seed coat in the same variety. Not classified as defective. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

81. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 81 of 98 CSP – 10.1.1 PEAS – FIELD NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The peas shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Field Peas, D efective Field Peas and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 3% Max by weight Field Peas not of the specified variety. Field Peas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Field Peas, whether broken or unbroken , loose seed coat and all Field Pea seed material falling through the 3.75m slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Seed coat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 1 Max per 200g clover burr and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Field Pea seed material. Includes a tolerance for clover burr. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. NOTE: N ot less than 70% by weight of the entire sample shall be prime peas, that is, field peas of a size that will not pass through a 6.35mm round hole screen.

39. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 39 of 98 CSP – 4.1.1 CHICKPEAS – DESI TYPE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Desi type chickpeas should be sound, dry, fresh and light to medium brown in colour (a slight greenish tinge is allowed). Black is excluded as the predominating class. Purity 97% Min by weight Includes whole Desi type chickpeas, defective Desi type chickpeas and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 6% Max by weight , includ es 2% Max by weight P oor C olour Desi type chickpea s that are broken, chipped, frost damaged, diseased, fully green, hail damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted , weather damaged , wrinkled . Includes pods that contain Desi type chickpeas, whether broken or unbroken , loose seed coat s and all Desi Chickpea seed material falling through the 3.97mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight , includes max 1% by weight Ascochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. M ust comply with the 1% Ascochyta detailed below . Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel. Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel . Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 2% Max by weight Field Peas and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Desi type chickpea seed material . Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which Max 0.3% soil) Includes soil and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

82. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 82 of 98 CSP – 10.1.2 PEAS – FIELD NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Field Peas shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Field Peas, D efective Field Peas and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged ) : 5% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 7% Max by weight Field Peas not of the specified variety. Field Peas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Field Peas, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Field Pea seed material falling through the 3.75m slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Field peas whose seed coats or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Field Pea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- NOTE: N ot less than 70% by weight of the entire sample shall be prime peas, that is, field peas of a size that will not pass through a 6.35mm round hole screen. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introductio n.

71. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 71 of 98 CSP – 8.1.1 LUPINS – ANGUSTIFOLIUS MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Angustifolius Lupins shall be of the current season and be dry and mature. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Angustifolius Lupins, defective Angustifolius Lupins and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 7% Max by weight including Max 36 per 200g P oor C olour seeds, Max 2 per 200g B itter D ark S eeded Lupins , 17 Max per 200g of Phomopsis A ffected seeds Angustifolius Lupins not of the specified type. Angustifolius Lupins that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled . Includes pods that contain Angustifolius Lupins, whether broken or unbroken , loose seed coat s , poor colour, bitter dark seeded lupins and Phomopsis affected . Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour Max 36 seeds per 200g Yellow reddish / tan coloured Lupins as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 2% Max by weight wild radish and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Angustifolius Lupin seed material. Includes tolerance for wild radish. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

97. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 97 of 98 TYPE 8 – ONE HUNDRED SEEDS (Per 200g) TYPE 8 – TWO HUNDRED SEEDS (Per 400g) Bellvine Ipomoea plebera SMALL FOREIGN SEEDS Max imum 0 .6 % (by weight ) Common Name Botanical Name Common Name Botanical Name Amsinckia Amsinckia spp Milk Thistle (Seeds) Sonchus oleraceus Australian Phalaris Phalaris aquatica Mustard Sisymbrium spp Bladder Soapwort Vaccaria hispanica Mustard (Indian Hedge) Sisymbrium orientale Burrweed (Yellow) Amsinckia spp Paradoxa Grass (Seed) Phalaris paradoxa Canary Grass (Wild) Phalaris canariensis Peppercress Lepidium spp Canola Brassica rapa Phalaris (Australian) Phalaris aquatica Celery (Slender) Apium leptophyllum Rapeseed Brassica rapa Charlock Sinapis arvensis Ryegrass Lolium spp Clover (Ball, Ball Clover) Trifolium glomeratum Sage (Wild) Salvia verbenaca Cockspur (Maltese) Centaurea melitensis Salt Bush Atriplex muelleri Dock Rumex spp Slender Celery Apium leptophyllum Fat Hen Chenopodium album Sorrel Rumex acetosella Fescue Festuca spp Sowthistle Sonchus spp Hares Ear Conringia orientalis Thistle Milk (seeds) Sonchus oleraceus Hedge Mustard Sisymbrium officinale Turnip (Mediterranean) Brassica tournefortii Horehound Marrumbium vulgare Turnip (Wild) Brassica tournefortii Knotweed Polygonum aviculare Urochloa Grass Urochloa panicoides Lesser Canary Grass Phalaris minor Verbena Verbena spp Lettuce Lactuca spp Wild Canary Grass Phalaris canariensis Lucerne (Seeds) Medicago sativa Wild Radish (Seeds) Raphanus raphanistrum Maltese Cockspur Centaurea melitensis Wild Sage Salvia verbenaca Marshmallow (Seeds) Malva palviflora Wild Turnip Brassica tournefortii Medics (Seeds) Medicago spp Wireweed Polygonum aviculare Muskweed (Seeds) Myagrum perfoliatum Yellow Burrweed Amsinckia spp There may be other weeds that are catego rised as Small Foreign Seeds that are not listed above

55. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 55 of 98 CSP – 5.4.1 FABA BEANS – NO . 3 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Faba Beans shall be sound, dry and fresh and light to medium brown or pale green in colour . Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 20% Max by weight of which 7% Max by weight bin burnt, caked, heat damaged, sprouted Faba Beans not of the specified variety and Faba Beans that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, green, insect damaged, poor colour, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, stained, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Faba Beans, whether broken or unbrok en, loose seed coat and all Faba Bean seed material falling through the 3.75mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 400g Mould (Field and / or Storage) only Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Faba Bean seed material. Foreign Material includes stalks & plant material that may be connected to the plant. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead or alive per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Four ( 4 ) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 4 00g sample.

64. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 64 of 98 CSP – 7.2.3 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well filled. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Lentils, D efective Lentils and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container (bulk or bagged) : 3% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 5% Max by weight Both include P oor S eed C oat Colour and Poor K ernel C olour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, orange tip, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat , 3% blondes (Aldinga only) and all Red Lentil seed material falling through the 2mm slotted screen (Aldinga 2.2mm) - see Point 13 of Proce dures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and green, brown, black, yellow, bleached and chalky white kernels. Contrasting Colour 1% Ma x by weight Contrasting colour of the seed coat in the same variety. Not classified as defective. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight, includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

44. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 44 of 98 CSP – 4.3.2 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Large MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Kabuli Type Chickpeas shall be sound, dry, fresh and cream to light brown in colour. Dark brown to black colour is excluded as the predominating class. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Kabuli type chickpeas, defective Kabuli type chickpeas and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 2 % Max by weight , includ es 2% Max by weight P oor C olour Kabuli Type Chickpeas not of the specified variety and Kabuli type Chickpeas that are broken, caked, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes whole pods containing seed and all Kabuli Chickpea seed material falling through the 6.00mm round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight , includes 1% Max by weight Ascochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel . Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Kabuli Type Chickpea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects Two ( 2 ) Max Dead per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- NOTE : The minimum and/or m ax imum size in millimetres applying to at least 92% of the Kabuli type chickpea of the lot agreed between the buyer and seller e.g. 8mm sized Kabuli type chickpeas , must have a retention of 92% above a 8mm round hole screen. See Point 1 4 of Procedures . * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Op erations . See Introduction.

53. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 53 of 98 CSP – 5.3.1 FABA BEANS – NO . 2 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Faba Beans shall be sound, dry and fresh and light to medium brown or pale green in colour. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 10% Max by weight , includ es 7% Max by weight P oor C olour Faba Beans not of the specified variety and Faba Beans that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, green, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, stained, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Faba Beans, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Faba Bean seed material falling through the 3.75mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 400g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 7% Max by weight Faba Beans with excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Faba Bean Visual Quality Charts . Includes Ascochyta lesions. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Faba Bean seed m aterial. Foreign Material includes stalks and plant material that may be connected to the plant. Unmillable Mater ial 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter . Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead or alive per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Four (4) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 400g sample.

42. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 42 of 98 CSP – 4.2 CHICKPEAS – SPLIT CHANA DHAL MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Chana Dhal Split Chickpeas shall be milled from hard and well - filled chickpeas that are characteristic of the colour and variety. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole chickpeas with a missing seed coat , Split chickpeas, kibble and broken seed and greenish tinged and discoloured splits combined. Moisture 14% Max ---- Whole chickpeas with a missing seed coat Of which 2% Max by weight Whole Chickpeas with a missing seed coat . Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight , includes 1% Max by weight Ascochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. Must comply with the 1% Ascochyta detailed below . Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel. Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel. Broken & Kibbled 4% Max by weight , 3.57mm round hole Chickpea seed material which pass es through a 3.57mm round hole screen . Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Caps & Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Caps are the seed coats adhering to split or broken seed measured as a combined weight. Foreign material includes unmillable material, and all vegetable matter other than Desi type Chickpea seed material. Detached seed coats 0.1% Max by weight Seed coats that are not attached to the kernels. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil t olerance ---- Field Insects Nil t olerance See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil tolerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

49. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 49 of 98 CSP – 5.1.2 FABA BEANS – CANNING GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Faba Beans shall be hard and well filled and light to medium brown or pale green in colour. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 1.5% Max by weight , includes 1% Max by weight P oor C olour Faba Beans not of the specified variety and Faba Beans that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, i nsect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, spro uted, weather damaged, wrinkled . Includes pods that contain Faba Beans, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Faba Bean seed material falling through the 3.75mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Retention 8 mm round hole 90% of Faba Beans must not pass through the screen to be classified as 8mm. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Faba Beans with excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Faba Bean Visual Quality Charts . Includes Ascochyta lesions. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Faba Bean seed material. Foreign Material includes stalks and plant material that may be connected with the plant. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Includes soil metals and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil t olerance ---- Field Insects Two ( 2 ) Max Dead per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- NOTE : The Faba beans shall be designated into a category based on the final grade achieved by the majority (greater than 90%) once cleaned and graded e.g. 90% of faba beans must be retained above an 8mm round hole screen to be classified as 8mm. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

50. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 50 of 98 CSP – 5.2.1 FABA BEANS – NO.1 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Faba Beans shall be sound, dry and fresh and light to medium brown or pale green in colour. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 6% Max by weight includ es 3% Max by weight P oor C olour 3% Max by weight total of all other Defects except Mould Faba Beans not of the specified variety and Faba Beans that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, green, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, stained, weather damage d, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Faba Beans, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Faba Bean seed material falling through the 3.75mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 400g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 3% Max by weight Faba Beans with excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Faba Bean Visual Quality Charts . Includes Ascoch y ta lesions. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Faba Bean seed material. Foreign Material includes stalks and plant material that may be connected with the plant. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead or alive per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Four (4) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 400g sample

73. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 73 of 98 CSP – 8.1.3 LUPINS – ANGUSTIFOLIUS MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Angustifolius Lupins shall be of the current season and be dry and mature. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Angustifolius Lupins, D efective Angustifolius Lupins and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged) : 9% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 11% Max by weight Both include 36 Max per 200g P oor C olour; 2 Max per 200g B itter D ark seeded Lupins and 17 Max per 200g of Phomopsis A ffected seeds Angustifolius Lupins not of the specified type. Angustifolius Lupins that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Angustifolius Lupins, w hether broken or unbroken, loose seed coats, poor colour, bitter dark seeded lupins and Phomopsis affected. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour Thirty - six (36) seeds Max per 200g Yellow reddish / tan coloured Angustifolius Lupins as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 2% Max by weight wild radish and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Angustifolius Lupin seed material. Includes tolerance for wild radish. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vege table matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails One (1) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introductio n.

63. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 63 of 98 CSP – 7.2.2 LENTILS – WHOLE RED NO . 1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well filled. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Lentils, D efective Lentils and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container (bulk or bagged) : 5% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 10% Max by weight Both include P oor Seed Coat Colour and Poor Kernel C olour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, orange tip, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat , 3% blondes (Aldinga only) and all Red Lentil seed material falling through the 2mm slotted screen (Aldinga 2.2mm) - se e Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Lentils not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and green, brown, black, yellow, bleached and chalky white kernels. Contrasting Colour 1% Max by weight Contrasting colour of the seed coat in the same variety. Not classified as defective. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

40. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 40 of 98 CSP – 4.1.2 CHICKPEAS – DESI TYPE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Desi type Chickpeas should be sound, dry, fresh and light to medium brown in colour (a greenish tinge is allowed). Black is excluded as the predominating class. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Desi type Chickpeas, defective Desi type Chickpeas and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged) : 8% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 10% Max by weight All include P oor C olour Desi type chickpeas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, fully green, hail damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged , wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Desi type chickpeas, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coats and all Desi Chickpea seed material falling through the 3.97mm slott ed screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight , of which M ax 1% by weight Ascochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. Must comply with the 1% Ascochyta detailed below . Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel. Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 2% Max by weight Field Peas and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Desi type Chickpea seed material including not more than 2% by weight of Field Peas. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

48. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 48 of 98 CSP – 5.1.1 FABA BEANS – CANNING GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Faba Beans shall be sound, dry and fresh and light to medium brown or pale green in colour. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 2% Max by weight , includes 1% Max by weight P oor C olour Faba Beans not of the specified variety and Faba Bean s that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Faba Be ans, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Faba Bean seed material falling through the 3.75mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 400g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Retention 8 mm round hole 90% of Faba Beans must not pass through the screen to be classified as 8mm. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures . Poor Colour 1% Max by weight Faba Beans with excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Faba Bean Visual Quality Charts . Includes Ascochyta lesions. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable mater ial and all vegetable matter other than Faba Bean seed material. Foreign Material includes stalks and plant material that may be connected with the plant. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead or alive per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Four (4) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 400g sample.

72. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 72 of 98 CSP – 8.1.2 LUPINS – ANGUSTIFOLIUS MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD WESTERN AUSTRALIA FARMER DRESSED PARAMETERS REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Angustifolius Lupins shall be of the current season and be dry and mature. Moisture 14% Max ---- Insect Damage 10 % Max by count Ryegrass Ergot / Lupin Sclerotes 25mm Max length Ergot / Sclerotes . Aggregate lined end to end per 200g . Shrivelled / Distorted 3% Max by weight Other Seeds / Foreign Material 6 % Max by weight Combined weight of non - lupin seed material. De - coated 10% Max by count Fully de - coated seeds . Poor Colour 3% Max by count Sappy Green /Sprouted 5 seed Max by count Bitter / Dark Seeded Varieties Two (2) Max Dark / Bitter seeds Thirty (30) Max Erregulla or Wodjil Lupins Count p er 200g sample. Insects / Other (See also Appendix C) Five (5) Max dead grain insects and Fi fteen ( 1 5) Max Field Insects ( Grasshoppers, Ladybirds, Wood Bugs, Pea / native Weevils and Army worms ) Five (5) Max whole snail shells (dead or alive) One (1) Max Fungus Beetle (dead or alive) Sticks 10mm diameter Max ; 30mm Max length Sand or stones Max weight of 0.20 grams combined Foreign Seeds (See also Appendix B ) One (1) Max each per 200g of Sunflower, Safflower and Variegated Thistle Three (3) Max per 200g Saffron Thistle Eight ( 8 ) Max per 200g Doublegees 2% Max by weight Small Foreign Seeds Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Note – Standard as per G rain I ndustry Association of W estern A ustralia

43. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 43 of 98 CSP – 4.3.1 CHICKPEAS – KABULI TYPE No. 1 Grade Large MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Kabuli type Chickpeas shall be sound, dry, fresh and cream to light brown in colour. Dark brown to black is ex cluded as the predominating class. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Kabuli type Chickpeas, defective Kabuli type Chickpeas and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 3% Max by weight , includ es 2% Max by weight P oor C olour Kabuli Type Chickpeas not of the specified variety and Kabuli type Chickpea s that are broken, caked, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled . Includes whole pods containing seed and all Kabuli Chickpea seed material falling through the 6.00mm round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 400g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight , includes 1% Max by weight Ascochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel. Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes Max 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Kabuli type Chickpeas see d material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead or alive per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Four (4) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 400g sample.

78. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 78 of 98 CSP – 8.3.1 LUPINS – ALBUS NO . 2 GRADE MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSE D PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Albus Lupins shall be of the current season and be dry and mature. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Albus Lupins, D efective Albus Lupins and seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 7% Max by weight including 2% Max by weight P oor C olour , 4 Max per 4 00g B itter D ark seeded Lupins , 34 Max per 4 00g of Phomopsis A ffected seeds Albus Lupins not of the specified variety. Albus Lupins that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Albus Lupins, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat, poor colour, bitter dark seeded lupins , Phomopsis affected and all Albus Lupin seed material falling through the 6.75m round hole screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 400g Mould (Field and / or Storage) , Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight Albus Lupins whose seed coats or kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight, includes 2% Max by weight wild radish and 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Albus Lupin seed material. Includes tolerance for wild radish. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil , stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead or alive per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil Tolerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Four ( 4 ) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 4 00g sample.

41. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 41 of 98 CSP – 4.1.3 CHICKPEAS – DESI TYPE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Desi type Chickpeas should be sound, dry, fresh and light to medium brown in colour (a greenish tinge is allowed). Black is excluded as the predominating class. Purity 99% Min by weight Whole Desi type Chickpeas, defective Desi type Chickpeas and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged) : 3% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment: 7% Max by weight All i nclude P oor C olour Desi type chickpeas that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, fully green, hail damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged , wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Desi type chickpeas, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coats and all Desi Chickpea seed material falling through the 3.97mm slot ted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 2% Max by weight , incl udes 1% M ax by weight A sc ochyta Kernel is distinctly blemished and / or off colour from the characteristic yellow colour of the predominating class. Must comply with the 1% Ascochyta detailed below . Ascochyta 1% Max by weight Ascochyta affected means that an Ascochyta lesion is visible on the kernel. Classifiers are required to break the seed coat if they are not confident that the lesion has penetrated to the kernel. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Desi type Chickpeas seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil tolerance ---- Field Insects One (1) Max Dead per 200g sample . See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers and/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample. * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introductio n.

70. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 70 of 98 CSP – 7. 4 .3 LENTILS – SPLIT RED NO.3 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics Split Lentils having a clean and bright appearance. The Lentils shall be milled from hard and well - filled whole R ed Lentil seed. Purity 99% Min by weight Split Lentils, whole Lentils , Broken & Kibbled and C aps. Moisture 14% Max ---- Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 0.25% Max by weight Kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Lentils which are green, brown , black or bleached as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Poor Colour (yellow) 2% Max by weight Yellow kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Chalky White Disease 0.25% Max by weight Kernels that have a distinct chalky white lesion as per the GTA Visual Recognition Standards Guide . Caps 2% Max by weight Caps are those seed coats adhering to split or broken seed. W hole Lentils with a missing seed coat 5% Max by weight Whole lentils with a missing seed coat . Broken & Kibbled 5% Max by weight, Northfield - 2.78 mm round hole All other varieties - 3 mm round hole Lentil seed material falling through the screen. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight Unmillable material ( i.e. includes soil, stones and non - vegetable matter) and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material, including detached seed coats. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Nil t olerance ---- Field Insects Nil t olerance See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers &/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

51. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 51 of 98 CSP – 5.2.2 FABA BEANS – NO.1 GRADE MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Faba Beans shall be sound, dry and fresh and light to medium brown or pale green in colour. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Faba Beans, defective Faba Beans and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which Container s (bulk or bagged) : 8% Max by weight Bulk vessel hold shipment : 10% Max by weight All include P oor C olour Faba Beans not of the specified variety and Faba Beans that are broken, chipped, diseased, frost damaged, green , insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, stained , weather damaged, wrinkled. Includes pods that contain Faba Beans, whether broken or unbroken, loose seed coat and all Faba Bean seed material falling through the 3.75mm slotted screen - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Poor Colour 3% Max by weight Faba Beans with excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Faba Bean Visual Quality Charts . Includes Ascochyta lesions. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Faba Bean seed material. Foreign Material includes stalks and plant material that may be connected to the plant. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample. Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Four ( 4 ) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 4 00g sample . * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introduction.

59. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 59 of 98 CSP – 7.1.1 LENTILS – WHOLE GREEN NO . 1 MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD FARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Lentils shall be hard and well - filled and light green in colour. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Lentils, D efective Lentils and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 4 % Max by weight , includ es 1% Max by weight P oor S eed C oat C olour , 1% Max by weight P oor K ernel C olour and 3% Max by weight of D efectives other than P oor C olour Lentils not of the specified variety. Lentil kernels that are black, broken, chipped, diseased, fros t damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled . Includes pods that contain Lentils, whether broken or unbroken , loose seed coat and all Green Lentil seed material falling through the 2mm slotted screen (Boomer 2.2mm) - see Point 13 of Procedures. Mould 1 grain Max per 200g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Varietal Restriction 1% Max by weight Lentils not of the specified variety. Poor Seed Coat Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the seed coat as per the Pulse Australia Lentil Visual Quality Charts . Includes any disease, frost and water staining. Poor Kernel Colour 1% Max by weight Discoloured Lentils have excessive discolouration of the kernel as per the Pulse Australia Lentil Visual Quality Charts . Includes any disease, frost and water staining, and red, brown, black, bleached and chalky white kernels. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Lentil seed material. Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which 0.3% Max by weight of soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter . Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails One (1) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 200g sample. Field Insects Fifteen (15) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Grasshoppers & Locusts Two (2) Max Dead or alive per 200g sample. See Appendix C. Foreign Seeds 2 cereal seeds Max Cereal seeds exception only. See Appendix B for the remaining tolerance levels. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour, see Appendix A for more detail Ryegrass Ergot Two (2) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 200g sample.

86. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 86 of 98 CSP – 10.3 PEAS – YELLOW SPLIT MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD MACHINE DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics Yellow Split Peas having a clean and bright appearance. Purity 99.5% Min by weight Whole peas, split peas, broken & kibbled, D efective Yellow Split Peas, C aps but excludes detached seed coats . Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 3% Max by weight Caps, Whole Field Peas with seed coat intact , discoloured yellow split peas and Whole Field peas with a missing seed coat . Mould 1% Max by weight * Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Caps, Whole Field Peas with seed coat intact and discoloured yellow split peas 3% Max by weight Caps refer to seed coats adhering to split or broken seed. W hole field peas with a missing seed coat 2% Max by weight Whole Field peas with a missing seed coat Detached seed coats 0.1% Max by weight Seed coats that are not attached to the kernels. Broken & kibble d 4% Max by weight , 3.97mm round hole Split pea seed material falling through the screen . Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Poor Colour 1% Max by weight dark green and 3% Max by weight tinged green Yellow Split Peas whose kernels are distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Includes dark green and tinged green. Foreign Material 0.5% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Yellow Split Pea seed material. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight , includes 1 Max per 1kg stone Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Not more than one (1) superficially obvious stone per kg. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures. Snails Nil t olerance ---- Field Insects Nil t olerance See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers &/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass Ergot Nil t olerance ---- * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introductio n.

37. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 37 of 98 CSP – 2.2 BROAD BEAN S – N o.1 SPLIT MINIMUM EXPORT STANDARD PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics The Broad Bean s shall have a clean and bright appearance and shall be milled from hard and well - filled Broad Bean s. Purity 99% Min by weight Split and whole Broad Bean s & caps but excludes detached seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective Of which 7% Max by weight , includes 3% Max by weight Poor Colour and 1% Max by weight Caps Broad Bean s not of the specified variety and Broad Bean s that are broken, chipped, damaged, diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged , sappy, shrivelled, sprouted, weather damaged, wrinkled, whole pods containing seed and immature Broad Bean s, caps, Broad Beans with the S eed C oat intact , Broad Beans with a Missing Seed Coat and P oor C olour Broad Bean s . Mould 1% by weight* Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Caps 1% Max by weight Seed coats adhering to split or broken seed . Poor Colour 3% Max by weight of immature Broad Bean s Broad B eans with green kernels from premature ripening and discoloured beans with cotyledons (seed) distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Includes A scochyta affected lesions. Broken & Kibbled 4% Max by weight , 7.00 mm round hole Broad Bean seed material that passes through a 7.00 mm round hole screen. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures. Foreign Material 1% Max by weight , includes 0.1% Max by weight Detached Seed Coats and 0.1% Max by weight Unmillable Material Includes unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Broad Bean seed material, but includes detached seed coats. Unmillable Material 0.1% Max by weight Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Not more than one (1) stone per kg. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Detached Seed Coats 0.1% Max by weight ---- Snails Nil t olerance Field Insects Nil t olerance See Appendix C . Includes Grasshoppers &/or Locusts. Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B . Objectionable Material Nil t olerance Includes Objectionable O dour, see Appendix A for more detail . Ryegrass E rgot Nil t olerance * When not in conflict with Storage and Handling Agreement or Marketing Contract. Please note that this Export Standard is in addition to the specific quarantine requirements of particular countries, as governed by Plant Export Operations . See Introductio n.

34. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 34 of 98 CSP – 2.1.1 BROAD BEAN S MINIMUM RECEIVAL STANDARD F ARMER DRESSED PARAMETER REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS / VARIATIONS Physical Characteristics Broad Bean s shall be sound, dry, fresh and be colour typical for the variety of the season. Purity 97% Min by weight Whole Broad Bean s, defective Broad Bean s and seed coats. Moisture 14% Max ---- Defective 7% Max by weight , includes 1.5% M ax by weight Insect Damaged 6% Max by weight Mechanical Damage 3% Max by weight Poor Colour 3% Max by weight Ascochyta Broad Bean s not of the specified variety and Broad Bean s remaining above the 6mm slot screen that are broken, chipped, damaged , diseased, frost damaged, insect damaged, sappy, shrivelled, split, sprouted , weather damaged, wrinkled . Includes whole pods containing seed , Mechanical Damage , Kernel Damage, Poor C olour , Ascochyta A ffected and Screenings . Mould 1 grain Max per 4 00g Mould (Field and / or Storage), Caked, Bin Burnt & Heat Damaged. Screenings 5% Max by weight , 6 mm slot All m aterial passing through a 6 mm slot ted screen is part of S creenings or F oreign M aterial. Use “Forty Shakes” Sieving Method - see Point 13 of Procedures . Mechanical Damage 6.0% Max by weight, includes 5% Max by weight Seed Coat damage and 3% Max by weight Kernel Damage Includes tolerances o f 3% m ax imum K ernel D amage and 5% m ax imum Seed Coat damage . Poor Colour 3% Max by weight Seed c oat or kernel that is distinctly off colour from the characteristic colour of the predominating class. Including evergreens ( Max 2%), old season, dark beans and nil tolerance for black beans. Refer to Pulse Au s tralia Broad Bean Visual Quality S tandards . Ascochyta 3% Max by weight Broad Beans affected with a spot greater than 4mm or more than one spot with combined size greater than 4mm. Affected is where the Ascochyta lesion is visible on the seed coat. Foreign Material 3% Max by weight , includes 0.5% Max by weight Unmillable Material Unmillable material and all vegetable matter other than Broad Bean material . Unmillable Material 0.5% Max by weight (of which Max 0.3% soil) Soil, stones and non - vegetable matter. Please read important note re soil contamination – see Point 14 of Procedures . Snails Two ( 2 ) Max Dead or alive. Whole or substantially whole (more than half) including bodies per 4 00g sample . Field Insects Thirty ( 30 ) Max Dead or alive per 4 00g sample . See Appendix C . Grasshoppers & Locusts Four (4) Max Dead or alive per 400g sample. See Appendix C . Foreign Seeds ---- See Appendix B. Objectionable Material Nil tolerance Includes Objectionable Odour , see Appendix A for more detail. Ryegrass Ergot Four (4) cms Max Pieces laid end to end per 400g sample.

79. As at 1 August 201 4 Australian Pulse Standards 20 1 4 /15 79 of 98 CSP – 9 AMA MACHINE DRESSED MUNGBEAN STANDARDS IMPORTANT NOTE: The Australian Mungbean Association and Pulse Australia have endorsed and implemented amendments to CSP - 9 AMA Machine Dressed Mungbeans. These amendmen ts were provided to GTA and beca me effective from 14 February 2013. Quality Parameter Mungbean Grades Sprouting Premium No. 1 Processing Manufacturing Variety Berken, Crystal, Satin II, Regur Green Diamond, Celera Berken, Crystal, Satin II, Regur, Green Diamond, Celera Berken, Crystal, Satin II, Regur, Green Diamond, Celera Berken, Crystal . Other varieties sale by sample. Appearance Equal to or better than the appearance of the standard sample and in conjunction with the photographic charts and parameters. This is equal to or better than the No. 1 grade standard sample. Regur ONLY: The standard sample has an even appearance but 0.5% brown is acceptable. Equal to or better than the appearance of the standard sample and in conjunction with the photographic charts and parameters . Equal to or better than the appearance of the standard sample and in c onjunction with the photographic charts and parameters . The standard sample has a brighter appearance than 'Processing' and colour will be more uniform. Equal to or better than the appearance of the standard sample and in conjunction with the photographi c charts and parameters . Equal to or better than the appearance of the standard sample . Purity 99% 0.3% other seeds. Max. soil/stone content 0.1% 99% 0.3% other seeds. Max. soil/stone content 0.1% 99% 0. 5 % other seeds. Max. soil/stone content 0.1% 99% 0. 5 % other seeds. Max. soil/stone content 0.1% 99% 0. 5 % other seeds. Max. soil/stone content 0.1% 2% splits allowable. Size Range (2mm) 98% 75% must be in 0.8mm range 98% 75% must be in 0.8mm range 98% 75% must be in 0.8mm range NA NA Moisture 12% 12% 12% 12% 12% Defect type*; refer to photographic charts. (Max % by number, as conducted on 300 seeds as presented) Pod Scale 3% 3% 3% 6% NA Seed Coat 1% 1% 1% 2% NA Stained 1% 1% 1% 2% NA Wrinkled 4% 4% 4% 10% NA Objectionable Material Nil Tolerance Nil Tolerance Nil Tolerance Nil Tolerance Nil Tolerance Germination Excluding hard seeds 90% NA NA NA NA Over - soaks 10% NA NA NA NA Charcoal Rot Absent NA NA NA NA Salmonella Not Detected NA NA NA NA E Coli Not Detected NA NA NA NA Coli forms Not Detected NA NA NA NA Sprout Test Suitable NA NA NA NA * To be determined in accordance with the applicable defect type chart. NA: Not Applicable

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