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72. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 72 of 94  The weight in grams will appear on the display of the balance. This figure is referred to as the weight in grams per litre.  All numerical results are to be written down to two decimal places. 5.10.6 References ISO Method 7971 - 2 National Measurement Institut e General Certificate of Approval No 4/10/0

93. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 93 of 94  Report results to the nearest perce nt. 5.20.6 References Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessment – Issued August 2014 , GTA.

76. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 76 of 94  Remove the tube and appropriately clean the stirrer , tube and stopper using cold water and brush. Distilled water may assist removal of all traces of the starch gel material. Clean the mill of all residue s retained from the sample.  Report the F alling N umber value to the nearest second . 5.12.6 References Falling Number Determination – AACC Method 56 - 81B

55. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 55 of 94 SECTION 5 METHODS AND PROCEDURES 5.1 Introduction The following section details methods and procedures to be used for the assessment of various quality parameters as outlined in this Manual. The methods outlined are either Reference Methods or Field Assessment Methods. Field Assessment Methods are included as a guide to industry where Reference Methods may not be able to be implemented . Note that Field Assessment Methods must equate to the Reference Method for the applicable test method. In all instances of disputes, test results produced by trade - certified equipment take precedence over non - trade certified equipment and methods. Where the dispute involves only non trade - certified equipment or test methods, the reference method takes precedence over the field assessment method. Depending on the test to be conducted, variations may exist due to equipment used. Procedures outline d are a guide for industry. Industry is free to develop their own Operational Procedures for each test and activity based on their own circumstances . At all times industry use of apparatus outlined in this Standard must comply with the manufacturers’ recom mendations for occupational health and safety and training.

74. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 74 of 94 Screenings by wt (%) = Screenings Weight X 100 Total Weight  Calculate S mall F oreign S eeds percentage - Separate any S mall F oreign S eeds (SFS) as listed in the Definitions Section of these S tandards from the S creenings fraction and weigh these separately. SFS by wt (%) = SFS Weight X 100 Total Weight  Calculate U nmillable M aterial A bove the S creen percentage - Separate any U nmillable M aterial A bove the S creen (whiteheads with grains removed , chaff , backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods , other Foreign Seed Pods not otherwise listed whether whole or in pieces and other light material) and weigh separately. Unmillable M aterial A bove the S creen (%) = Unmillable Weight X 100 Total Weight  Report all results to the nearest 0.1%. 5.11.6 References N o go gauge with Regulation 13 certificate .

81. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 81 of 94 Standard specification, the Nil tolerance on visually sprouted grain is to be reinstated to ensure the overall quality of the particular grain stack is maintained.  It should be noted that a F alling N umber result always overrides the sprouted grain tolerance for each wheat delivery.  Wh ere a Falling Number result is reported, report result to the nearest second.  If results of the visual count of sprouted grains are reported, report result to the nearest 0.1%. 5.14.6 References Not applicable

89. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 89 of 94 Load is Declared as Multiple Varieties of Different Grade Classification Status  Where the load is declared as being of more than the one variety, determine the different varieties contained in the load and for each, review the applicable maximum grade classification as per the Variet y Master l ist.  No matter the percentage of each variety in the load, the maximum grade clas sification of the load can only be as per the lowest Grade classification of the declared varieties.  Based on the quality results, Grade the load no higher than the lowest Grade classification and record th at variety . 5.18.6 References Variet y Master l ist D eclaration Form , if applicable

9. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 9 of 94 The following lists the more commonly used grades (note this is not a comprehensive list of g rades) : AGP1 Various Varieties except FEED (General Purpose Grade) ANW1 Australian Standard White Noodle Varieties ANW2 Aust ralian Standard White Noodle Varieties APH1 Austr a lian Prime Hard Varieties APH2 Australian Prime Hard Varieties APW1 Australian Premium White Varieties APW2 Australian Premium White Varieties APWN Australian Premium White Noodle Varieties ASW1 Australian Standard White Varieties ASWS Australian Standard White Soft Varieties AUH2 Australian Hard Varieties (Utility Grade) AUW1 Various Varieties except FEED (Utility Grade) DR1 Australian D urum Varieties DR2 Australian Durum Varieties DR3 Australian Durum Varieties FED1 Various Varieties (Feed Grade) H1 Australian Hard Varieties H2 Australian Hard Varieties HPS1 Australian Hard Varieties (High S creenings, High Protein Grade) SFE1 Australian Soft Varieties SFE2 Australian Soft Varieties SFT1 Australian Soft Varieties SFT2 Australian Soft Varieties SFW1 Various varieties (Stockfeed Wheat Grade) The G rade into which a load is classified shall be determined by its variety, and then by the various physical quality specifications detailed in these S tandards. Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt , Storage Mould Heat D amaged or B in B urnt Heat damaged or bin burnt refers to those kernels that have become discoloured due to exposure to severe heat during storage or an incorrect artificial drying technique. Affected grains appear reddish brown, or in severe cases, blackened. Storage M ould Storage M ould refer s to kernels that have become affected by the development of fungi or bacteria due to an increase in grain moisture levels during storage. Affected grains appear discoloured and visibly affected by mould. The above grain defects have been categorised toge ther as the differences between them can be difficult to distinguish. This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Heat Da maged, Bin Burnt or Storage Mould . Hit and Miss In relation to screen slots, refers to the sequence of slots on the screen when viewing along a row facing the direction of the slots. That is, the screen i s made of a series of slots and “no slots” in sequence equidistant.

70. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 70 of 94  Remove the cutter and suspend the measuring container from the measuring beam of the chondrometer .  Adjust the sliding weight on the be am until the instrument is balanced.  Read the test weight of the graduated balance beam at the point indicated by the sliding weight and record the result in kilograms per hectolitre.  Report the result to one (1) decimal place . 5.9.6 References Test Weight Per Bushel - AACC Method 55 - 10 I SO 7971 - 2 National Measurement Institute General Certificate of Approval No 4/10/0

86. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 86 of 94 Vitreous grains will appear uniformly bright and translucent. Non vitreous grains will be dull and opaque, or will contain dark, opaque sections that are clearly visible within the remaining translucent section of the grain.  Count the non vitreous grain and ad d th e result to that determined at the previous step above.  Calculate the sum of the non vitreous grain counts.  Determine the vitreous grain percentage as follows : Vitreous kernels (%) = 300 – non vitreous grain count X 100 300  Vitreous grain percentages are reported correct to the nearest whole number . 5.16.6 References Method for the Determination of the Vitreousness of Durum Wheat, International Association for Cereal Chemistry (ICC) ICC Standard No 129 1980 Australian Durum Vitreous Reference Chart, Australian Durum Industry Association

17. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 17 of 94 SECTION 3 GRAIN QUALITY STANDARDS The following tables represent the grades of wheat as defined in this Manual. To fully understand and accurately implement the wheat Standards, reference should be made to other relevant sections in this Manual , includ ing:  Definitions  Variet y Master l ist  Methods & Procedures  Reference Materials such as the Visual Recognition Standards Guide Other sections of the GT A Standards Manual should also be perused for general guidance on activ ities associated with implementation of these Standards. 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 encouraged to keep updated with changes via reviewing the GT A website and other relevant industry information sources.

2. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 2 of 94 S ECTION 1 INTRODUCTION General Since 1999 G rain T rade A ustralia (GTA) has on an annual basis reviewed, produced and published on behalf of industry Wheat Trading Standards (Standards) through its Standards Committee (Committee) . In order to provide a consistent message to both domestic industry and international buyers, GTA encourages input into development of these S tandards. Additionally, we urge industry to use the S tandards contained w ithin this Manual as applicable when buyin g and trading Australian wheat. Considerations to the Standards This section of the Manual relating to wheat has been produced following the annual review by GT A of S tandards . There are various sections of this Manual relating to S tandards and associated procedures and industry is encourage d to take account of all relevant sections when applying these S tandards to wheat bought and traded domestically or internationally . The Grades referred to in this document are a combination of :  Grades commo nly introduced across the country on an annual basis and are generally the same in each State where wheat is grown or traded  Grades that may not be introduced every season or only intro duced in a regional area . These grades may be created f or various reaso ns including to meet the specific quality requirements of a customer , as specific variet y segregations or to deal with specific quality issues with harvested grain in a localised area Industry should note the list of Grades in this Manual is not exhaustive. Variations to Standards Whilst the information in this Manual is current at time of publication, you will need to monitor the GT A Member Updates , the GT A website ( www.graintrade.org.au ) and other applicable information to ensure that you are aware of the changes to the Standards and the impact on your own trading arrangements. Varieties Approved and recommended varieties to be grown and acceptable within each class are listed within this document. The approval of each variety within a class is determined by a group external to GT A. V ariety integrity and correct variety assessment is an integral part of the grain classification and S tandards application process . GT A endorses the variet y classifications as listed in this Manual and encourages all industry to follow the approved variet y Master list as listed in this Manual where relevant . Changes to variet y classifications may occur at any time during the season following the publication of this Manual. As these changes will not necessarily be included in this Manual industry should implement their own procedures for monitor ing the variet y classification process. Timing of Standards Development The S tandards outlined in this Manual are applicable for the entire season of 2014 / 15 . Standards apply to grain assessed as per these Standards from 1 August 2014 to 31 July 20 15 .

65. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 65 of 94  Dumas Total Nitrogen Determination – CCD Method 02 - 03, RACI  Dumas Combustion – Total Nitrogen Determination (Reference Method) Annex A - National Measurement Institute Document M8  Sweeney, R.A. (1989). JAOAC 72: 770.  NMI M 8 Pattern Approval Specifications for Protein Measuring Instruments for Grain  NMI V10 Uniform Test Procedures for the Verification, Certification and In Service Inspection of Protein Instruments for Grain

59. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 59 of 94 % Moisture = Wtp – (Wdry – Wdish) X 100 W tp Where Wtp is the weight of the test portion before oven drying Wdry is the weight of the dish, lid and test portion after oven drying Wdish is the weight of the empty oven moisture dish and lid Report result to the nearest 0.1%. If duplicates differ by more than 0.2%, repeat the determination, otherwise, report the average of the duplicates . 5.3.6 References  Moisture – Air Oven Methods – AACC Method 44 - 15A  NMI M 8 Pattern Approval Specifications for Protein Measuring Instruments for Grain  NMI V10 Uniform Test Procedures for the Verification, Certification and In Service Inspection of Protein Instruments for Grain

94. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 94 of 94 SECTION 6 REFERENCE MATERIALS At the time of publishing this Manual, t he following photographic Reference Material referred to in this Manual is considered by GT A to be suitable as an aid to classification of wheat. Industry should be aware that all such material is controlled by the author of that material and appropriate copies of that material can be obtained from the author. The method of printing, copying, storing, using or otherwise obtaining such Reference Material may impact on the appearance of its content. This may impact on the classification of wheat. Industry should note the method of publication of the material by the author and other relevant information such as version number to ensure they have the appropriate version. Name of Material Material Type Author Version Number Applicable Dates Defective Grains Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessment Hardcopy booklet GTA n/a Issued August 2014 Grain Quality Visual Recognition Standards Hardcopy single sheets per defect type Australian Grains Centre, Co - operative Bulk Handling Ltd October 2004 n/a Australian Durum Vitreous Reference Chart Hardcopy single sheet Australian Durum Industry Association n/a n/a Contaminants Grain Quality Winter Grain Crops: The Ute Guide Hardcopy booklet GRDC n/a n/a Weeds: The Ute Guide Hardcopy booklet GRDC Various editions n/a Insects of Stored Grain , A Pocket Reference Hardcopy booklet CSIRO 2 nd Edition 2007 Seed Impurities of Grain Identification Guide Hardcopy booklet GTA 3 rd Edition n/a

11. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 11 of 94 National Residue Survey The National Residue Survey ( NRS ) gathers information and supplies chemical residue results on domestic and export grain commodities. The NRS results show Australian grain is of a high quality wit h respect to residues and contaminants. All grain exporters , container packers , bulk export terminal operators, Bulk Handling Companies and processors are encouraged to 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 at : http://www.daff.gov.au/agriculture - food/nrs . Nil Nil in these S tandards means a level of zero in a half litre sample representative of the entire load (or parcel of grain being assessed) and/or not detected in the load or in/on the delivery vessel at any stage of the receival process. Objectionable Material Objectionable M aterial refers to objectionable foreign matter that may or may not be otherwise stated in these S tandards which has the ability to degrade the hygiene of wheat, become a food safety issue of concern or has a commercially unacceptable odour. This includes but is not limited to the following : Animal Material This refers to meat meal, bone meal, poultry offal, meal or an y other animal proteins. Animal M aterial also includes carcasses of dead animals such as rats and mice. Odour A commercially unacceptable O dour is defined as a sour , musty or other objectionable odour emanating from the wheat which is not natural or normally associated with wheat. Odour may be caused by various means which may or may not be physically discernable in the sample being assessed . Stick A S tick is defined as ligneous material greater than 1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter. Note tha t crop stubble greater than 3cm in length and 1cm in diameter is defined as a S tick. Smaller material is included in Other Foreign Material. Tainting Agents A Tainting A gent i s any contaminant that impart s a smell or taint to wheat. It include s but is not limited to plant parts and seeds of Eucalyptus spp . Water The addition of water to grain prior to delivery is a prohibited practice. Other This refers to any other commercially unacceptable contaminant such as animal excreta, glass, concrete , fer tiliser or metal.

68. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 68 of 94  Carefully tip the cylinder upside down and tip out all th e grain remaining above the divider. Make sure to catch the weight D as it drops down.  Place a plastic container on the electric balance and tare to read zero.  Remove the blade from the chondrometer and tip the measured litre of grain into the plastic co ntainer and weigh.  The weight is in grams and needs to be multiplied by 0.1 (divided by 10) to obtain a density in kg/hl.  Always undertake analysis in duplicate and average results.  Report the result to one (1) decimal place. 5.8.6 References Test Weight P er Bushel - AACC Method 55 - 10 National Measurement Institute General Certificate of Approval No 4/10/0

91. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 91 of 94  If the GREEN (GO) end does go through then the slot size is greater than the nominated size of the GREEN end. Proceed to test th e slot with the RED (NO GO) end as follows:  I f the RED (NO GO) end does not go through then the slot size is less than the nominated size of the RED end and greater than the nominated size of the Green End, hence the slot is within the accepted range and passes.  If the RED (NO GO) end does go through then th e slot fails . Record this event and move on to the next slot.  Proceed to test all 74 slots, recording each failure.  0 to 25 slots is an acceptable failure rate.  If the screen meets the tolerances:  Record results on the equip ment record  Affix the relevant calibration sticker to the side of the sieve (not the catch pan) 5.19.6 References Not applicable.

10. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 10 of 94 Insect Damaged These are grains eaten in part by S tored G rain I nsects and any field pests of grains including Heliothis spp . Any visible insect damage to the grain is to be classified as defective . This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Insect Damaged . Insects – Large and Small These are insect contaminants of grain that do not cause damage to stored grains. There are separate tolerances for Large and Small Insects. They include but are not restricted to: Large Insects Small Insects Desiantha Weevil ( Desiantha spp ) Aphids Grasshoppers , Locusts Minute Mould Beetle (Corticaria spp) Hairy Fungus Beetle ( Typhaea stercorea ) Mites ( Acarina spp. ) Ladybirds Stored Grain Insects (dead only) Pea Weevil ( Bruchus pisorum ) (dead only) Sitona Weevil ( Sitona spp ) Wood Bugs Tolerances apply to either Live or Dead whole Insects for most species, however n ote for Live Pea Weevil and Live Stored Grain Insects, a nil tolerance applies – refer to the definition of Stored Grain Insects. For all Insects , pieces are included in Other Foreign M aterial. Load A load is a bulk unit tendered for delivery. Maximum Residue Limits Maximum Residue Limits ( MRLs ) are the maximum amount of a chemical residue or its metabolite that is legally permitted on or in an agricultural 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 instructions and can be foun d on the ComLaw website at 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 always confirm the accuracy of these MRL listings through their own means. Moisture This is the amount of water present in the sample as determined by the appropriate analytic al method . N/A In these Standards means not applicable. That is, no minimum or maximum tolerance exists. The quality parameter may exist at unlimited levels in the sample.

5. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 5 of 94 Dry Green or Sappy Dry G reen refers to green grains arising from harvesting of grain before it has matured. Dry Green grains are those whose surface is distinctively green. Dry green grains are usually dry and hard. Sappy grains are those that have been harvested before maturity. Sappy grains are generally soft when pressed. They may or may not be green. Any level of sappiness is class ifi ed as defective. This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Dry Green or Sap py. Durum Durum includes grains of the species Triticum durum . Vitreous Vitreous in the context of durum includes grains of a uniform colour which are bright and semi translucent in appearance and which exhibit no trace of mottling. Frost Damaged gra ins, Dry Green grains , grains of other cereals and grains of the species Triticum aestivum are also not considered to be vitreous grain for the purposes of this definition. Grains that display any signs of sprouting are not automatically classified as non vitreous. Instead, these grains are classified depending on their appearance. Mottled Mottled grains in the context of durum are those that contain opaque, starchy areas within an otherwise vitreous grain. Mottled areas are normally of a dull yellow appearance and are easily identified visually against the amber coloured background of the otherwise vitreous grain. Non Vitreous Non vitreous grains in the context of durum include M ottled grains, F rost Damaged grains, D ry G reen grains, grains of other cereals and grains of the species Triticum aestivum . Grains are assessed as non vitreous irrespective of the size of any mottled area that may be present. Grains that are entirely starchy and opaque are non vitreous. Bleached Bleached in the context of durum are those grains that have become dull and pale, or “washed out in appearance ” as a result of pre harvest weather damage. These grains may appear opaque and therefore non vitreous however this may be purely an external ef fect. Bleached grains may still be classified as vitreous providing there is no evidence of mottling. Earcockle Earcockles are darkened seed - like nematode galls. These galls displace kernels in diseased heads and are caused by infection from the nematode Anguina tritici . The tolerance applies to the number of galls in the sample. Earth Earth is defined as a clod of dirt, being 5mm or less in diameter. Ergot Ergot is a purplish black fungal body, which contaminates cereal and ryegrass kernels when they are infected by the fungus Claviceps purpurea .

16. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 16 of 94 Variet y Master l ist This list designates the varietal group into which each variety may be assigned, for each of the four geographical crop growing zones of Australia. The varietal zones designated by geographical region are : Northern Classi fication Zone South Eastern Classificat i on Zone Southern Classification Zone Western Classification Zone The Variet y Master l ist appears in Section 4 of these Standards . Variet y Restrictions R estrictions apply to the varieties able to be received into each grade. Refer to the Variet y Master l ist for the maximum classification of each variety. Visual Re cognition Standards Guide The Visual Recognition Standards Guide (VR S G) for Wheat contains a range of photogra phs and illustrations to supplement the wheat Standards as outlined in this booklet. The most recent VR S G for wheat was released in August 2014 . The Defect ive Grain definitions listed in this Standards Booklet are to be read in conjunction with the images displayed in the VRSG . The images in that document display the minimum and/or maximum coverage and attributes of the Defective Grain types as defined in these S tandards. Wheat Wheat includes grains of the spe cies Triticum aestivum (bread wheat) , Triticum tauschii (soft wheat) and Triticum durum (durum) . White Grain Disorder/Head Scab /Flaked Grain White Grain Disorder is caused by the fungus Botryosphaeria spp. Head Scab is caused by the fungus Gibberella zeae (also called Fusarium graminearum ). Both are classified under the heading “ Stained ” . These two quality parameters are combined into the one category as they are difficult to distinguish. Grains appear white to light grey but may also contain a pink discolouration. Grains are only to be classified as “White Grain Disorder/Head Scab” if the discolouration is over more than approximately 50% of the seed coat surface . If the discolouration is less than approximately 50% of the seed coat surface , grains m ay be classified as Stained. This defect may cause grain to appear as “flaky”. For a grain to be classified as ‘flaky’ within this definition, it must also be affected by White Grain Disorder. If a grain is ‘flaky’ but not classified as White Grain Disor der, it is to be considered as a sound grain . This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain .

61. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 61 of 94 adjust the scale to 10.0 with the standard swinging freely. Moisture can th en be read off for each sample in turn.  Read the samples in the dishes consecutively recording results in the relevant worksheet. NOTE:  When switching the oven on make sure that the Brabender oven is level (use bubble level).  All results are a direct reading of % w/w water .  The minimum heating time must be adhered to (1 hour) but heating over the hour will not affect the results (up to 2 h ou rs).  If only a few grams of sample are available see the manufacturers hand book for the technique to be adopted.  The w eight of Aluminium dishes is to be checked at 6 monthly intervals to ensure they are within 11.500 +/ - 0.005g. If they are underweight they are to be discarded and replacements purchased . D o not add weight to the dish i.e. solder etc as this will breakdown over time or fall off. If they are overweight they may be cleaned with warm water and neutral detergent . U nder no circumstances use abrasive or corrosive chemical s as this will lead to th e dish being underweight. 5.4.6 References  Moisture – Air Oven Methods – AACC Method 44 - 15A  NMI M 8 Pattern Approval Specifications for Protein Measuring Instruments for Grain  NMI V10 Uniform Test Procedures for the Verification, Certification and In Service Inspection of Protein Instruments for Grain

80. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 80 of 94 300 grain tray. Instruments of m agnification can be used to assist the determination of the level of sprouted grains present in the sample . Nil tolerance applies  If sprouted grains are detected and a nil tolerance applies the load can only be accepted into Feed segregations. Nil tolerance does not apply or alternative procedure is used  If sprouted grains are detected, a small representative sub sample should be drawn from across the top of the screen, and placed on the open 300 grain tray. Surplus grain should be removed from the tray, ensuring all 300 holes are filled. The lid should then be slid shut, inverted, and the 300 grains emptied onto the bottom inspection tray.  Examine the 300 grains. If 1% or more sprouted grains are present (more than 3 grains per 300) it is recommend ed to conduct a Falling Number test on that load and classify accordingly. If load by load testing is not conducted, refer to Running Sample Assessment below.  If less than 1% sprouted grain is found (less than 3 grains per 300) the Falling Number test is optional, providing appropriate procedures are employed by the Receival Agent to ensure that the Falling Number result on the running samples compiled for the storage unit into which the loads are being delivered is maintained at or above the limits specif ied for the grade being received (see Running Sample Assessment below).  Running Sample Assessment “Running Sample Assessment” can be adopted where the Receival Agent is unable to apply the Receival Standard Procedure through lack of sufficient Falling Nu mber units or chooses not to apply the Receival Standard procedure.  It is recommended that this procedure occur either on site or as close as possible to the receival site, in order to minimise the time delay in the site receiving the Falling Number resul ts and to minimise the risk of receival of out of specification grain.  Upon detection of sprouted grain in a delivery, an initial visual sprouting limit must be set for that grade. The tolerance for sprouted grains for the first day wheat is delivered a fter a rain event is to be set by the Receival Agent at a conservative level to protect the integrity of the stack. A suggestion is to set this visual tolerance based on the stack sample or individual grower samples.  Following the setting of a visually spr outed grain limit, running samples are to be collected by placing a sub - sample of each load into a bucket representing deliveries into the particular grade. The sample is to be closed off once an appropriate tonnage has been delivered into the grade/stack . Suggested tonnage is 500 tonnes.  The running samples are to be either assessed on site (preferred) or forwarded to a close by location for Falling Number analysis as often as possible, with a minimum of one sample per day forwarded for Falling Number ana lysis (i.e., even if less than the required tonnage is delivered into the grade).  All Falling Number analyses on running samples are to be reported back to the receival site(s) as soon as possible, with a recommended maximum of 4 hours from sample collect ion.  Based on the Falling Number result of the running sample, the visually sprouted grain tolerance may be altered on a grain stack basis. Note that if the running sample Falling Number result is below the minimum Receival

66. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 66 of 94 5.7 Protein Assessment of Cereals – NIR 5.7.1 Definition This describes the NIR method for determination of protein in cereal grains. 5.7.2 Scope This procedure is applicable to all cereal grains. 5.7.3 Reagents Not applicable . 5.7.4 A pparatus NIR instrument approved by the National Measurement Institute for use for trade purposes under the conditions stipulated in NMI V10 (Uniform Test Procedures for the Verification, Certification and In Service Inspection of Protein Instruments for Grain), and NMI M8 (Pattern Approval Specifications for Prote in Measuring Instruments for Grain) . 5.7.5 Method Sample to be “as is”. Individual manufacturer instructions and procedures should be followed for operation and maintenance of NIR instruments used to determine grain protein. Report result to the nearest 0.1%. 5.7.6 References  NMI M 8 Pattern Approval Specifications for Protein Measuring Instruments for Grain  NMI V10 Uniform Test Procedures for the Verification, Certification and In Service Inspection of Protein Instruments for Grain

77. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 77 of 94 5.13 Defective Grains Assessment – Reference Method 5.13.1 Definitions This describes the method of assessment of deliveries of wheat for the various types of defective grains described in these wheat S tandards. These are defined as : Count per 300 grains Count per half litre Count per entire load Sprouted* Field Fungi All Smuts except Loose Smut Stained Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould Pink Stained White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain Dry Green or Sappy Over - Dried Damaged Frost Damaged Takeall Affected Insect Damaged Non - vitreous (durum only) * For S prouted grain, GTA S tandards specify both a visual tolerance by count, and a F alling N umber minimum. Where sprouted grain is detected, it is recommended that load by load testing using the Falling Number unit occur. Please refer to the procedure for determining whether a F alling N umber test is required during the field evaluation process which is detailed separately. 5.13.2 Scope This method is applicable for all deliveries of wheat . 5.13.3 Apparatus Wheat Screen 2.00mm with the following specifications :  300mm diameter discs x 0. 9 mm stainless steel, perforated with 12.7mm x 2.00mm slots, hit and miss on ends with 4.77mm end bar and 2.0mm side bar.  Slot width as assessed by an Engineers Pin Gauge is to be 2.00 mm ± 0.01 mm. Pin Gauge, bei ng 2.01mm and 1.99, needs to have a valid Regulation 13 certificate.  Compliance testing shall be undertaken by randomly selecting 74 slots and measuring using the above Gauge. 0 to 25 slots is an acceptable failure rate. Refer to separate procedure. Visu al Recognition Standards , with t he following photographic standards being recognised by GTA :  Grain Quality Visual Recognition Standards – Australian Grains Centre, Co - operative Bulk Handling Ltd, October 2004.  Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessment – Issued August 201 4 , G TA

85. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 85 of 94 5.16 Vitreous Kernel Assessment – Reference Method 5.16.1 Definition This is the reference method for the determination of vitreous kernel percentage in durum wheat presented for delivery. The principle involves visual identification and removal of mottled grains by hand picking from a 300 grain sample. Every grain is carefully examined on all sides before a v itreous kernel assessment is made. Bleached grains are cut with a scalpel or Farinator in order to facilitate their classification. The non vitreous grains are counted and the vitreous grain percentage then calculated . 5.16.2 Scope This method is applicable to all durum wheat . 5.16.3 Apparatus Sample divider Agtator and 2.00mm wheat screen Seed counter Sample inspection tray Tweezers Farinator Scalpel 5.16.4 Reagents Not applicable . 5.16.5 Method  Sample to be “as is”.  Screen the sample over a 2.00mm wheat screen using the approved method of determining Unmillable Material for Wheat.  Count out 300 grains obtained from the top of the screen after completion of the screening process using a grain counter. A 300 grain tray or hand counting can also be used.  Pour the 300 g rain sample into the sample inspection tray .  With the aid of tweezers (if required), visually examine the grain, turning each grain from side to side so that its entire surface may be observed.  Separate the grains according to whether they are assessed a s vitreous, non vitreous or bleached. Count the non vitreous grains.  Bleached grains may be difficult to ascertain if they are vitreous or not. These may be cut with a scalpel or Farinator (preferred) then classified as vitreous or non vitreous.

78. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 78 of 94 A 300 grain tray or mechanism capable of holding greater than 300 grains 5.13.4 Reagents Not applicable 5.13.5 Method  Sample to be “as is”.  For Defective grains with tolerances above zero, assessment is made on the half litre sample on grain remaining above the 2.00 mm scree n after the Unmillable Material assessment has been conducted.  For nil tolerance defects, the tolerance (rejection of the load ) can apply if the defect is detected at any stage of the delivery or testing process, including in the truckload before sampling, in the probe sample, in the half litre sample or during discharge into the receival hopper after assessment.  Following sieving , the grain remaining on t he top screen should be exami ned under conditions of good lighting for a period of at least 30 seconds but no more than 60 seconds. If defective grains are found, the level of defect shall be determined using a 300 grain tray, except for Field Fungi Affected and Heat Damaged, Bin Burn t, Storage Mould which shall be determined on the full half litre sample. Instruments of magnification may be used to assist the determination of the level of visually defective grains present in the sample .  If defective grains which have a tolerance based on % in a 300 grain sample are detected, a small sub sample should be drawn from across the top of the screen, and placed on the open 300 grain tray. Surplus grain should be removed from the tray, ensuring all 300 holes are fil led . The lid should then be slid shut, inverted, and the 300 grains emptied onto the bottom inspection tray.  The assessment for Field Fungi and Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould grains shall be conducted on the entire half litre sample.  Each grai n should be examined to determine if it is classified as defective. An individual kernel may only have one defect, being the defect type with the tightest tolerance in the standard.  The defective grains percentage can be assessed with the assistance of the GTA Approved photographic standards (Visual Recognition Standards Guide) or Approved objective measurement instruments where appropriate .  Report all applicable results to the nearest 0.1% or nearest number per half litre whichev er is applicable . 5.13.6 References Grain Quality Visual Recognition Standards – Australian Grains Centre, Co - operative Bulk Handling Ltd, October 2004. Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessment – Issued August 2014 , G TA .

12. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 12 of 94 Other Foreign Material Refers to other material not otherwise specified as having a tolerance in these Standards that has the ability to degrade the quality of wheat. It includes, but is not limited to the following: Fine Material This refers to material such as dust and soil (<0.06 mm in diameter ) and minerals. Snail S hell and Stored Grain I nsects This includes pieces of Snail S hell (less than half an entire shell) , pieces of Stored Grain Insects (not whole) and pieces of Inse cts Large and Small . Other This includes pieces of Sticks that are smaller than the dimensions specified under Objectionable Material, and other non - vegetative material. Over - Dried Damaged This refers to defective grains caused by overheating during artificial drying. It can be detected where grain is hot, exhibits an unusual odour, exhibits significant sprouting (greater than 10%) or other evidence of weather damage but no corresponding reduction in Falling Number has occurred. Loads affected in thi s way should only be classified as the maximum grade of Feed. This definition includes a maximum temperature of grain tendered for delivery of 50 O C for all Grades including Feed. Pea Weevil Pea Weevil refers to all life stages of insects of the species B ruchus pisorum . Note that a separate tolerance applies to Live and Dead Pea Weevils : Live  A nil tolerance applies to all live Pea Weevils Dead  Dead Pea Weevil are included in the definition for Insects – Large  Pieces of Pea Weevils are classified as Other Foreign Material As Pea Weevils are commonly found inside field pea seeds, it is recommended that a number of field peas present in a load of grain should be broken and assessed for the presence of this insect . Pickling Compounds or Artificial Colouring Pickling C ompounds are those chemicals added to grain as a seed treatment or as a seed dressing prior to sowing . This includes grains that may be affected by marker dye commonly used during crop spraying opera tions that has stained the wheat. They are usually associated with a colouring agent. Grains contaminated in this way may be identified by an unnatural surface colour and/or a colour that rubs off. Any grains that are artificially coloured regardless of intensity are defective. Pink Stained This is a grain defect arising from infection by fungal species which give the seed coat a distinct pink discolouration. This defect is included in the toleran ce for “Stained” . Grains that are pink but also contain a white to light grey fungal like discolouration over more than approximately 50% of the seed coat surface are to be classified as “ White G rain Disorder/Head Scab /Flaked Grain ”.

88. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 88 of 94 5.18 Variet y Declaration Procedure 5.18.1 Definitions This is the recommended procedure for determinin g the variety of the load presented for delivery. 5.18.2 Scope This procedure is applicable to all wheat deliveries . 5.18.3 Apparatus Not applicable. 5.18.4 Reagents Not applicable. 5.18.5 Method  For the purposes of the Receival Standards and delivery of grain, classification is dependant on the point of delivery. This means that the highest grade classification available to a variety depends on the region in which it is delivered and the segregati on being available at the point of delivery .  Driver declares the variety (s) in the load tendered for delivery . It is recommended that the grower sign a Declaration Form and provide this to the driver for provision to the Receival Agent. This Declaration F orm should at a minimum contain the grower details and the variety(s) of the load.  If the declared varietal composition or paddock where the grain was grown is different for each unit tendered for delivery, or more than one variety is commingled in each delivery unit, then a separate assessment of each unit must be conducted.  Note that depending on the varietal declaration and the procedures of the Receival Agent, a sample of the load may be taken and sent to a laboratory for assessment of the variety wi thin the sample. In this instance sample is to be “as is”.  Report the variety as per the following procedure using the applicable code as defined by the Receival Agent. Load is Declared as One Variety Only  Where the load is declared as being of the one variety only, review the applicable maximum grade classification of that variety as per the Variet y Master l ist.  Based on the quality results, Grade the load and record the declared variety. Load is Declared as Multiple Varieties of the Same Grade Classification Status  Where the load is declared as being of more than the one variety, determine the different varieties contained in the load and for each, review the applicable maximum grade classification as per the Variet y Master l ist.  Based on the quality results, Grade the load and record the variety with the greatest percentage in the load.

56. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 56 of 94 5.2 Sampling 5.2.1 Definitions This is the standard procedure used to draw a sample of the commodity from a bulk unit tendered for delivery to enable tests to be conducted on the commodity for the purposes of determining its quality.  A primary sample is an individual probed sample taken from the lot presented for sampling  A composite sample is the combined primary samples taken from the lot to be sampled, and is r epresentative of the enti re lot  A sub sample is the sample taken from the mixed composite sample for the purposes of conducting quality tests , and is representative of the entire lot 5.2.2 Scope Wheat is traded on the basis of quality tests conducted on lots of wheat presented for sale or delivery to end users. Obtaining representative samples is critical to ensuring test results reflect the true quality of these lots. This procedure is applicable to all cereal grains, pulses and oilseeds. 5.2.3 Apparatus  Manual sampling probe (double tube compartment probe, one inside the other, equipped with spiralled ports that open sequentially from bottom to top).  Vacuum or pneumatic probe (an alternative to the manual sampling probe and consisting of a hand held or remotely control led probe which retrieves grain through the use of a vacuum or other air movement system).  Mixing bucket (including other associated equipment such as mini - auger suitable for mixing sample, optional).  Sample dividing apparatus (optional) . 5.2.4 Reagents Not Applicable . 5.2.5 Procedure Sample Collection guidelines for collecting a representative sample  The surface of the grain should be fully exposed prior to sampling to allow for effective visual inspection. At this point, the load should be scanned for any defects or contaminants.  The probe to be used should be of a sufficient length in order to obtain a sample from as close as possible to the bottom of truck.

84. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 84 of 94  Small Foreign Seeds (SFS) are assessed in the bottom tray (catchpan). These may nee d to be physically removed from all non - SFS material in the bottom tray. Alternatively, to assist in separating SFS from non - SFS material in the bottom tray, a mesh screen may be used. Place the sample over the mesh screen over a white tray and gentl y shak e. SFS tend to remain on top of the mesh screen. Physical hand separation of SFS may still be required using this method.  Note that a ny seed pods detected must not be opened . Whole pods or part thereof are classified as Unmillable Material Above the Scree n unless tolerances are specified in Foreign Seeds .  Where depicted, other contaminants should be assessed using the GTA Approved photographic standards. Where reference material is not available, other contaminants should be assessed by reference to the Definitions of those parameters.  For assessment of P ickling C ompounds , C hemicals not A pproved for Wheat or Chemicals in Excess of the MRL , it is recommen ded that all deliveries are accompanied by a signed declaration referring to its chemical status. Where the receiving agent believes that the visual appearance and/or odour of grain suggests that it has been treated with a non approved chemical, it is reco mmended the grain is not received until the representative “as received” sample has been tested by an approved independent laboratory and the presence or absence of non approved chemicals ascertained.  Report results as follows: Count per half litre – nearest whole number Length in cm per half litre – nearest 0.1cm Percentage by wt in half litre – nearest 0.1% Weight in grams in 2.5 litres – nearest 0.1g Percentage by count in 300 grains – nearest 0.1% Percentage by count in a half litre – nea rest 1% 5.15.6 References Grain Quality Visual Recognition Standards – Australian Grains Centre, Co - operative Bulk Handling Ltd, October 2004. Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessment – Issued August 2014 , GTA. Seed Impurities of Grain Identification Guide , 3 rd Edition, G TA Insects of Stored Grain, A Pocket Reference, 2 nd Edition, CSIRO Ute Guide Series, GRDC .

3. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 3 of 94 SECTION 2 DEFINITIONS The 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.graintrade.org.au . The images in that document display the minimum and/or maximum coverage and attributes of the Defect ive Grain type s as defined in these S tandards. As Is In terms of sample assessment, is th e representative sample as taken from the load tendered for delivery without any interference to the sample. That is, there has been no cleaning or screening of the sample prior to analysis. The sample may a lso be referred to as a “dirty” sample. Bread Wh eat This refers to those wheats of bread making varieties ( Triticum aestivum ) which contaminate durum deliveries, and for which a specific tolerance applies. Bread wheat can be visually distinguished from durum by the fine hairs on the brush end which are usually only associated with bread wheat varieties. Cereals In the context of these Standards, cereals refer to wheat, barley, oats, cereal rye, triticale, sorghum, maize and rice. Cereal Smuts Cereal Smuts include all smuts on all cereal grains. This includes but is not limited to: Ball Smut Are those infected by the spores of the fungus Tilletia caries . They have the appearance of pale, plump, slightly oversized grains. These grains are easily crushed between the fingers and contain a mass of blac k powder (spores) with a distinctive rotten egg smell. This may also be called Stinking Smut or Bunt. Covered Smut Covered smut is caused by various fungi of the Ustilago spp. Loose Smut Loose smut is the result of the fungus Ustilago tritici developin g in the head during the growing phase. The tolerance applies to the number of blackened pieces of backbone in the sample. Chemicals not Approved for Wheat Refers to the following :  Chemicals used on the growing crop in the State or Territory where the wheat was grow n in contravention of the label  Chemicals used on stored whea t in contravention of the label  Chemicals not registered for use on wheat  Wheat containing any artificial colouring, pickling compound or marker dye commonly used during crop sprayi ng operations that ha s stained the wheat

90. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 90 of 94 5.19 Screen Slot Size Compliance Procedur e 5.19.1 Definition This is the recommended procedure for determining whether the screen slot size complies with the Standard and relevant legislation . 5.19.2 Scope This procedure is applicable to all wheat deliveries and screens used for assessment purposes . 5.19.3 Apparatus Engineers Pin G auge , 1.99mm and 2.01mm, with a valid Reg ulation 13 certificate Checking template (if available) Calibration Sticker 5.19.4 Reagents Not applicable. 5.19.5 Method  Compliance testing shall be undertaken by randomly selecting 74 slots and measuring using the above Gauge.  Place screen or disc with the smooth surface up so that it sits horizontally.  E xamine the screen for any damage to the slots . I f there is any damage affecting the accuracy of the slots or the screen immediately reject the screen.  Ensure the screen is labelled with the correct slot/hole size, the commodity that is normally tested on the screen (wheat) and the screen identification number .  For screen accuracy , place relevant checking template (testing 74 slots) centred as much as possible (use the handle as a guide) on top of screen and rotate so that all the holes line up. For discs place the disc on top of relevant checking template, rot ate disc until all the holes line up then clamp with bulldog clips.  Select the appropriate GO/NO GO GAUGE fo r the screen/disk to be tested i.e., for wheat, the wheat gauge 1.99 - 2.01 mm.  Hold the GO/NO GO GAUGE in the middle.  Place an end of the GO/NO GO GAUGE on the middle of a slot which lines up with a slot on the template so that is perpendicular to the slot.  Release the GO/NO GO GAUGE. G auges are not to be pushed through slots .  If the GREEN (GO) end does not go through then the slot fails . Record this event and move on to the next slot.

79. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 79 of 94 5.14 Defective Grain Assessment of Sprouted Grain – Field Evaluation 5.14.1 Definitions This is the field evaluation procedure for the assessment of sprouted wheat . When sprouted grain is detected in wheat deliveries and load by load testing with the Falling Number unit does not occur, this procedure should be implemented in some form. This procedure is a guide only . I ndustry must ensure that any procedure used that deviat es from load by load testing with the Falling Number unit complies with thei r customer requirements and the applicable Trading Standard. 5.14.2 Scope This procedure is applicable to all wheat deliveries . 5.14.3 Apparatus Wheat Screen 2.00mm with the following specifications  300mm diameter discs x 0. 9 mm stainless steel, perforated with 12.7mm x 2.00mm slots, hit and miss on ends with 4.77mm end bar and 2.0mm side bar.  Slot width as assessed by an Engineers Pin Gauge is to be 2.00 mm ± 0.01 mm. Pin Gauge, being 2.01mm and 1.99, needs to have a valid Regulation 13 certificate.  Complianc e testing shall be undertaken by randomly selecting 74 slots and measuring using the above Gauge. 0 to 25 slots is an acceptable failure rate. Refer to separate procedure. Analytical balance accurate to at least 0.01g Visual Recognition Standards with t he following photographic standards being recognised by GTA :  Grain Quality Visual Recognition Standards – Australian Grains Centre, Co - operative Bulk Handling Ltd, October 2004.  Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessme nt – Issued August 2014 , GTA. A 300 grain tray or mechanism capable of holding greater than 300 grains Falling Number apparatus (see Falling Number test method) 5.14.4 Reagents Not applicable 5.14.5 Method  Sample to be “as is”.  Following sieving , the grain remaining on t he top screen should be examined under conditions of good lighting for a period of at least 30 seconds but no more than 60 seconds. If sprouted grains are found, the level of defect shall be determined using a

6. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 6 of 94 Ryegrass Ergot Ryegrass ergot is Claviceps purpurea infection of ryegrass kernels. Tolerances are defined in terms of overall length in cm when pieces found in the sample are aligned end on end . Cereal Ergot Cereal ergot is Claviceps purpurea infection of any cereal kernels. Tolerances are defined in terms of the total number of pieces or whole affected kernels of any cereal found in the sample. Falling Number Falling Number is a grain quality test wh ich measures the degree of weather damage in wheat and is based on the unique ability of alpha amylase (an enzyme released during seed germination) to liquefy a starch gel. Strength of the enzyme is measured by Falling Number defined as the time in seconds required to stir plus the time it takes to allow the stirrer to fall a measured distance through a hot aqueous flour or meal gel undergoing liquefaction. The Falling Number test is an alternative to visual assessment for sprouted grains, and always overr ides the visual grain assessment. Where sprouted grain is detected, it is recommended that load by load testing using the Falling Number unit occur. Field Fungi Field F ungi refers to individual kernels where more than half the seed coat is discoloured . The visible discolouration of affected grains can vary from dark grey , b rown to black in colour. Grains that are approximately 50 percent or less discoloured are to be classified as Stained. Grains that are soft (and not classified as Sappy) and/or emit a mouldy odour are to be classified as Rotted. This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Field Fungi. Foreign Seeds F oreign S eeds are defined as seeds of any plant, other than the species of crop being tendered for delivery. Foreign S eeds are classified into two broad groups; those with specific tolerances listed in the Standards , and those without. The latter are termed “ S mall F oreign S eeds” . Seeds with specifi c tolerances have been categorised into several groups. These are : Type 1 Colocynth (Citrullus colocynthis) Double Gees / Spiny Emex / Three Cornered Jack (Emex australis ) Jute (Corchorus olitorius ) Long Head Poppy (Papaver dubium ) Mexican Poppy (Argemone mexicana ) Opium Poppy (Papaver somniferum ) Poppy (Field) (Papaver rhoeas) Poppy (Horned) (Glaucium flavum) Wild Poppy (Papaver hybridum) Parthenium Weed (Parthenium hysterophorus ) New Zealand Spinach (Tet ragonia tetragonoides)

57. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 57 of 94  A primary sample must be drawn for assessment by thrusting the sampling probe as vertically and a s deep as possible into the load.  At least one probe must be taken from the front, m i ddle and rear of each bulk unit .  If more than one unit is delivered, samples must be drawn from each bulk unit as described above.  If the bulk units are of visibly diff erent quality, or if required at the R eceival A gents discretion, different samples and grade classification may be undertaken for each separate bulk unit.  If the declared varietal composition or paddock where the grain was grown is different for each unit tendered for delivery, or more than one variety is commingled in each delivery unit, then a separate assessment of each unit must be conducted .  Each primary (probed) sample must consist of at least one litre of grain.  A composite sample from each load t endered for delivery shall consist of the following minimum quantities and number of probes: Load Size Sample Size (minimum) 10 tonnes or less 3 litres Over 10 tonnes up to 20 tonnes 4 litres Over 20 tonnes up to 30 tonnes 5 litres Over 30 tonnes up to 40 tonnes 6 litres Over 40 tonnes up to 50 tonnes 7 litres Over 50 tonnes up to 60 tonnes 8 litres Over 60 tonnes up to 70 tonnes 9 litres Over 70 tonnes up to 80 tonnes 10 litres Note – in the above table the sample size reflects the number of probe samples. For example, 4 litres equates to 4 probe samples . Sample Mixing  The primary samples in each probe must be collected together and thoroughly mixed in a suitable container using a mechanical device where appropriate, to form the composite sample.  Sub samples should be drawn from the composite sample either by hand or through the use of a suitable sample dividing apparatus. Sample Analysis  The sub sample should then be analysed for all of the quality parameters specified in these S tandard s or in the R eceival A gent’s agreement with the buyer concerned if different from these S tandards.  Results should be entered on the R eceival A gents sample receipt. 5.2.6 References Sampling of Wheat and other Grains - AACC Method 64 - 70A

92. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 92 of 94 5.20 Bread Wheat Assessment in Durum – Reference Metho d 5.20.1 Definitions This is the reference method for the determination of bread wheat percentage in durum wheat presented for delivery. 5.20.2 Scope This method is applicable to all durum wheat. 5.20.3 Apparatus Sample divider Agtator and 2.00mm wheat screen Seed counter Sample inspection tray Tweezers Visual Recognition Standards, with the following photographic standards being recognised by GTA :  Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessment – Issued August 2014 , GTA. 5.20.4 Reagents Not applicable . 5.20.5 Method  Sample to be “as is”.  Screen the sample over a 2.00mm wheat screen using the approved method of determining Unmillable Material of Wheat.  Count out 300 grains obtained from the top of the screen after completion of the screening process using a grain counter. A 300 grain tray or hand counting can also be used.  Pour the 300 grain sample into the sample inspection tray.  With the aid of tweezers (if required), separate the bread wheat grains which can be identified by the presence of fine hairs on the brush end of the grain.  Count the number of bread wheat grains separated.  Calculate the percentage of bread wheats: Bread wheat (%) = Bread wheat count X 100 300

83. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 83 of 94 Visual Recognition Standards with the following photographic standards be ing recognised by GTA :  Grain Quality Visual Recognition Standards – Australian Grains Centre, Co - operative Bulk Handling Ltd, October 2004.  Visual Recognition Standards Guide for Grain Commodity Sampling and Assessment – Issued August 2014 , GTA.  Seed Impurities of Grain Identification Guide, 3 rd Edition, G TA.  Insects of Stored Grain, A Pocket Reference, 2 nd Edition, CSIRO A 300 grain tray or mechanism capable of holding 300 grains or greater Mesh Screen (optional) Ruler 5.15.4 Reagents Not applicable . 5.15.5 Method  Sample to be “as is”.  For contaminants with tolerances above zero, assessment is made on the half litre sample on grain a bove and below the 2.00 mm screen after the Unmillable Material assessment has been conducted.  For nil tolerance contaminants, the tolerance (rejection of the load ) may apply if the contaminant is detected at any stage of the delivery or testing process, including in the truckload before sampling, in the probe sample, in the half litre sample or during discharge into the receival hopper after assessment.  Following sieving, t he grain remaining on the top and in the bottom screen should be examined under conditions of good lighting. There is no time restriction for this assessment. If contaminants are found, they sha ll be removed by hand and assessed in accordance with the tolerance prescribed in these S tandards under 5.15.1 .  If any Stone s are found above the screen in the initial half litre sample, then a further four half litre samples should be taken. If the total weight of all Stone s found in the combined 2.5L sample is above 4.0g, the load is to be rejected .  Seed contaminants are to be assessed using the appropriate visual assessment method and in accordance with the tolerance prescribed in these Standards under 5.18.1. Note that for Type 1 weed seeds, tolerances apply to individual seeds whereas for all other Types listed, tolerances are the total of all seeds in each Type.

75. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 75 of 94 5.12 Falling Number Assessment – Reference Method 5.12.1 Definitions This is the reference method for determination of Falling Number and is based on the unique ability of alpha amylase to liquefy a starch gel. Strength of the enzyme is measured by F alling N umber defined as the time in seconds required to stir plus the time it takes to allow the stirrer to fall a measured distance through a hot aqueous gel undergoing liquefaction. 5.12.2 Scope This method is applicable to wheat . 5.12.3 Apparatus Perten Falling Number apparatus, including standardised precision viscometer tubes with close tolerances, inside diameter ± 0.02mm outside diameter ± 0.3mm length ± 0.3mm. Thermometer, calibrated in 0.1 0 C, and certified to ± 0.3 0 C. Sample Mill. Must produce me al with particle size distribution as follows; <500μm, 0 - 10%; >210 but <500μm, 25 - 40%; <210μm, 75 - 50%. The recommended instrument is the Perten 3100 Mill with 0.8mm sieve. Automatic Pipette should be capable of delivering 25 ± 0.3ml. Analytical balance a ccurate to at least 0.01g 5.12.4 Reagents Distilled water 5.12.5 Method  Start the Falling Number instrument by following the manufacturer’s instructions. Ensure the bath is filled with distilled water and the instrument has reached full operating temperature before being used .  Grind a minimum 250g sample of whole grain using the designated mill . Sample to be “as is”.  Weigh 7.00 ± 0.05 g of meal into a dry falling number tube.  Add 25 ml of distilled water from the automatic dispenser. Insert a rubber stopper into the top of the tube and shake tube in an upright position 20 - 30 times (up and down) or more if necessary) until mixed. Make sure all flour is suspended by upending. Alternatively the unit may shake the tubes.  Use the viscometer stirrer to scrape down the slurry coating the upper part of the tube, and scrape all slurry from the stopper.  Place the tube and the viscometer stirrer into the water bath within 30 to 60 seconds after mixing. Start the F alling N umber apparatus immediately afterward.  At the concl usion of the test, record the time in seconds.

13. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 13 of 94 This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Pink Stained . Protein Proteins (amino acids arranged in a linear chain) form a large component part of grains . T hese structures are responsible for the quality expressions in end use products made from wheat. Sand A grain of sand is defined as a particle of unconsolidated (loose), rounded to angular rock fragment or mineral grain larger than 0.06 mm that falls below the 2. 0 mm screen dur ing the screening process. Smaller material is classified under Other Foreign Material. M aterial that is retained above the 2. 0 mm screen is classified as Earth or Stones. Screenings See “ U nmillable M aterial below the S creen” . Small Foreign Seeds These are all small foreign seeds in the unmillable material fraction which have fallen below the screen during the screening process, except those specifically mentioned in the F oreign S eeds definition. S nails This refers to whole or substantially whole (more than half) S nail shells, irrespective of size. These include but are not limited to :  Common White Snail ( Cernuella virgata )  White Italian Snail ( Theba pisana )  Pointed Snail ( Cochlicella actua )  Small Pointed Snail ( Cochlicella abarbara )  Any other snail Pieces of Snail Shell that are less than half an entire shell are classified under Other Foreign Material. Sprouted Sprouted grains are those in which the covering of the germ is split. It inc ludes early and any further advanced stage of growth of the germ. Kernels exhibiting early stages of sprouting are those where the covering of the germ is split, but without further development of the shoot. Grains that have had the germ knocked off or scalloped out due to header damage or grains with pin holes are not included in this definition. This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Sprout ed. Standards Standards means all the test parameters listed in this Manual . Loads presented for delivery or samples to be assessed under these Standards must be analysed for all the parameters listed in the S tandards, unless otherwise specified in individual Storage and Handling Agreements.

82. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 82 of 94 5.15 Contaminants Assessment – Reference Method 5.15.1 Definitions This describes the method of assessment of deliveries of wheat for the various types of C ontaminants described in these wheat S tandards. The various contaminant types and their assessment methods are described in this method as follows: Length in cm per half litre % by Count 300 grain Weight in grams per 2.5 litres Count per half litre % by weight in half litre Count per entire load Ryegrass Ergot Bread wheat (durum deliveries only) Stones (above the screen) All Weed Seeds except Type 2, includes Foreign Seed Pods where specified Other Foreign Material Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat or in Excess of the MRL Cereal Ergot Small Foreign Seeds Objectionable Material Earcockle Unmillable Material Above the Screen* Pickling Compounds or Artificial Colouring Earth Stored Grain Insects and Pea Weevil - Live Insects Large – Live or Dead Type 2 weed seeds Insects Small – Live or Dead Loose Smut Sand Snails * May or may not include a contaminant 5.15.2 Scope This method is applicable for all deliveries of wheat . 5.15.3 Apparatus Wheat Screen 2.00mm with the following specifications :  300mm diameter discs x 0. 9 mm stainless steel, perforated with 12.7mm x 2.00mm slots, hit and miss on ends with 4.77mm end bar and 2.0mm side bar.  Slot width as assessed by an Engineers Pin Gauge is to be 2.00 mm ± 0.01 mm. Pin Gauge, being 2.01mm and 1.99, needs to have a valid Regulation 13 certificate.  Compliance testing shall be undertaken by random ly selecting 74 slots and measuring using the above Gauge. 0 to 25 slots is an acceptable failure rate. Refer to separate procedure. Analytical balance accurate to at least 0.01g

62. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 62 of 94 5.5 Moisture Assessment of Cereals – NIR 5.5.1 Definitions This describes the NIR method for determination of moisture in cereal grains . 5.5.2 Scope This procedure is applicable to all cereal grains. 5.5.3 Reagents Not applicable . 5.5.4 Apparatus NIR instrument approved for use for trade purposes under the conditions currently being developed by the National Measurement Institute . 5.5.5 Method Sample to be “as is”. Individual manufacturer instructions and procedures should be followed for operation and maintenance of NIR instruments used to dete r mine grain moisture. Report result to the nearest 0.1%. 5.5.6 References  NMI M 8 Pattern Approval Specifications for Protein Measuring Instruments for Grain  NMI V10 Uniform Test Procedure s for the Verification, Certification and In Service Inspection of Protein Instruments for Grain

87. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 87 of 94 5.17 Vitreous Kernel Assessment in Durum – Digital Imaging Method 5.17.1 Definition This is the preferred field assessment method for the determination of the percentage of vitreous kernels in durum. The principle involves the use of a suitably calibrated Cervitec digital imaging instrument to scan a preset quantity of individual durum grains, and to express the res ult as a percentage by count of vitreous kernels relative to the total number of durum grains analysed. 5.17.2 Scope This method is applicable to all durum. 5.17.3 Apparatus Cervitec 1642 Digital Imaging Analyser 1000 kernel grain measure 5.17.4 Reagents Not applicable 5.17.5 Method  Place the instrument on a clean, level and stable surface.  Set the instrument to the correct application model for the grain type being analysed (DWAU 009d).  Perform an Unmillable Material assessment on the sample to be tested as per the appropr iate method outlined in this Manual.  Collect a representative 1,000 kernel sample of durum grains from the top of the 2.00 mm wheat screen after the Unmillable Material assessment has been completed.  Ensure the grain is free of foreign objects or unmilla ble material.  Start the analysis by pressing the appropriate key(s) on the instrument.  Once the wheel begins to turn, pour the 1,000 kernel sample into the instrument hopper. The instrument will conduct the analysis.  Once the analysis process is complete, the result will be displayed as % vitreous. Record the result and remove the sample from the collection drawer.  Report result to the nearest 0.1%. 5.17.6 References Method for the Determination of the Vitreousness of Durum Wheat, International Associ ation for Cereal Chemistry (ICC) ICC Standard No 129 1980 Cervitec TM 1642 Grain Inspector User Manual 1001 3801 / Rev. 1.0

73. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 73 of 94 5.11 Unmillable Material Assessment – Reference Method 5.11.1 Definition This is the reference method used to determine the percentage by weight of Unmillable Material Above the Screen and Unmillable Material Below the Screen (Screenings), including Small Foreign Seeds. 5.11.2 Scope This method is applicable to wheat. 5.11.3 Apparatus Agtator Shaking Device Wheat Screen 2.00mm with the following specifications :  300mm diameter discs x 0.9 mm stainless steel, perforated with 12.7mm x 2.00mm slots, hit and miss on ends with 4.77mm end bar and 2.0mm side bar.  Slot width as assessed by an Engineers Pin Gauge is to be 2.00 mm ± 0.01 mm. Pin G auge , being 2.01mm and 1.99, needs to have a val id Regulation 13 certificate .  Compliance testing shall be undertaken by randomly selecting 74 slots and measuring using the above Gauge . 0 to 2 5 slots is an acceptable failure rate. Refer to separate procedure. Analytical balance accurate to at least 0.0 1g 5.11.4 Reagents Not applicable . 5.11.5 Procedure  Obtain a c ertified half litre sample of grai n . Sample to be “as is”.  Place the wheat screen on top of the Agtator platform with the slots aligned toward the front of the Agtator. Ensure the wheat screen is clean, smooth, dry and free of grain residues in the slots .  Ensure the Agtator is set to perform 40 to and fro movements over a period of approximately 68 seconds.  Pour the half litre of grain in one movement onto the screen surface. No additional movement or s preading of the sample over the screen is to occur.  Turn on the Agtator and allow it to run until the 40 movements have been completed.  Gently remove the screen and pan from the Agtator and detach the screen from the pan.  Calculate S creenings percentage - Weigh the contents of the pan on an appropriate top pan balance and calculate the percentage as follows :

60. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 60 of 94 5.4 Moisture Assessment of Cereals – Brabender Oven Reference Method 5.4.1 Definitions This is the Brabender Oven reference method used to determine the moisture content of grain samples as loss in weight when subjected to heating. 5.4.2 Scope This is applicable to all cereals when being tested for moisture content. 5.4.3 Apparatus  Mill - A low moisture loss mill must be used as significant levels of heat can be generated. The mill of choice is the Falling Number 3303 mill (a Wiley - using a 20 mesh screen). The Falling Number Mill 3303 is used with the setting – Wheat – 0.  Electronic balance – accuracy = 0.001g (or better)  Aluminium dishes - these dishes must be kept clean and weigh 11.500 + 0.005g  Vial with well sealing screw to lid. Currently a small yellow top polyethylene container with polypropylene lid is used. Samples must be prepared and used within 24hrs. 5.4.4 Reagents Not Applicable 5.4.5 Proce dure  Grind approx 50g of sample in accordance with relevant mill manual. Mix sample well and replace into original sample vial tightly sealing the lid. Sample must be prepared and used on the same day or prepared on the evening before.  Make sure the dishes are clean and are resting on a clean surface (wipe with tissue). Tare the first dish and also subsequent dishes used but note the weight before taring if weight varies from 11.500 or tare varies by +/ - 0.010g from tare. Recheck weight of dish to en sure within 11.500 +/ - 0.005g. Dishes must also be checked before and after the season to ensure they are correct.  Weigh out accurately 10.000 +/ - 0.001g of the ground sample into an Aluminium dish. Then shake dish to obtain an even layer of sample.  Ta ke the weighed samples and place into the oven which has been previously switched on and heated to 130 °C. Place the dishes in the oven noting the number of the dish and its position number (1 through 9). There are ten positions in the oven (the tenth plac e is taken up by an empty dish for calibration purposes).  When the oven has been loaded note the time or set a countdown timer to 60 mins once the required temperature is reached. Usually for 130°C the oven takes 10 - 15 minutes to reach the required tem perature.  When one hour has elapsed, standardise the instrument by selecting the empty dish and placing 9g in weights in the small platform between the 3 prongs on the balance and

67. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 67 of 94 5.8 Test Weight Assessment - Schopper Chondrometer Reference Method 5.8.1 Definitions The Schopper Chondrometer is used for the measurement of Grain Density (Density is also known as “Bushel Weight”, “Test Weight” or “Hectolitre Weight”). 5.8.2 Scope This method is applicable to all cereal grains. 5.8.3 Apparatus  1L Schopper Calibrated Chondrometer  2 decimal place balance  Plastic bowl 5.8.4 Reagents Not applicable 5.8.5 Procedure  Secure bottom half of cylinder A to base plate on the chondrometer box.  Ensure the sliding divider C is in the slot on cylinder A.  Place weight D on top of sliding divider.  Secure top half of cylinder B to the bottom half A.  Ensure the slider is closed and pour grain in the cylinder at a constant rate until full to the top.  Pull the sliding divider out and the weight will move down, drawing the grain down with it (you will hear it moving down).  Once the weight D is at the bottom, replace the sliding divider back in the slot. C D

45. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 45 of 94 Please Note: # ASWS is not a Class for Classification purposes . * The APH class is only available in the Northern and South Eastern Classification Zone ** The APWN class is only available in the Western Classification Zone *** Includes all Red wheat varieties and Spring Feed wheat varieties Rules to Apply: a) The maximum bin grade classification is to be read from left to right in the above table as this reflects the highest to lowest grade b) Deliveries must meet relevant Standards to be able to be received into that bin grade c) If the segregation is not available , the next bin grade will apply if the grain is delivered unless other requirements are stated in the relevant Storage & Handling Agreement d) Note that not all bin grades implemented during the 2014 / 15 season may be listed in the above table e) Voluntary down - grades are permitted Classification Zones: For the purpose of delivery, the classification is depend e nt on the point of delivery based on the four classification zones. These Classification Zones are: 1. Northern Classification Zone, including:  Queensland – defined by the state boundaries of Queensland  Northern NSW – defined by the Queensland/NSW boundary and the area north of the Central NSW Zone  Central NSW – defined by the region containing the receival sites Albert, Alectown, Bogan Gate, Con dobolin, Euabolong West, Gobondery, Gunningbland, Kadungle, Kiacatoo, Mickibri, Ootha, Parkes, Peak Hill, Tomingley, Tottenham, Trundle, Tullamore, Wyanga, Yarrabandi, Yeoval and Yethera 2 . South Eastern Classification Zone – defined by the Victoria/NSW st ate boundary and the area south of the Central NSW sites listed above 3 . Southern Classification Zone, including:  Victoria – defined by the state boundaries of Victoria  South Australia – defined by the state boundaries of South Australia 4. Western Classification Zone – defined by the state boundaries of Western Australia

63. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 63 of 94 5.6 Protein Assessment of Cereals – Dumas Reference Method 5.6.1 Definition s This is the Dumas reference method used to determine the crude protein content of cereal grains. Samples are incinerated in an oxygen rich atmosphere to produce oxides of nitrogen which are catalytically reduced to molecular nitrogen. Interfering combustion products are removed by selective absorption. Nitrogen concentration is then mea sured by a thermal conductivity detector calibrated against a standard of known nitrogen content. Protein is then calculated from nitrogen content using a known factor for each product. 5.6.2 Scope This method is applicable to all cereal grains . 5.6.3 Apparatus  Combustion nitrogen analyser consisting of a furnace capable of maintaining minimum operating temperature of 950 0 C for pyrolysis of the sample in pure oxygen, an isolating system capable of isolating liberated nitrogen gas from other combustion products fo r subsequent measurement by thermal conductivity detector, a device for converting NO x products to nitrogen or measuring NO 2 , and a detector system capable of interpreting detector response as percent N.  Grinder or mill that produces ground material with particle size ≤ 0.8mm and with minimal heat generation.  Analytical balance accurate to at least 0.0005g . 5.6.4 Reagents  Gases – carrier gas (usually helium), pure (99.9%) oxygen, compressed air (used to drive component parts of the analyser)  Reference c alibr ation standard – TRIS - high purity (hydroxymethyl) aminomethane or Nicotinic Acid 5.6.5 Procedure  Follow procedures to set up the analyser and operating gas systems as specified by the manufacturer. Perform the necessary adjustments for gas flows and pressures, combustion temperatures and times and start up equilibrium times to ensure optimal analysis conditions for the type of sample to be analysed .  Calibrate the instrument by following the manufacturer’s guidelines using the appropriate calibration standard. The calibration should be cross checked against a second high purity standard – Nicotinic Acid or EDTA . Blanks, as stipulated by the manufacturer, should be run prior to analysis to establish the baseline. These should include consideration of an atmospheric blanks factor or a sample blank similar to samples under test.  Grind an amount of sample sufficient to represent the original material, and to perform a number of nitrogen determinations as required. Sample to be “as is”.

71. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 71 of 94 5.10 Test Weight Assessment – Kern 222 Chondrometer Reference Method 5.10.1 Definitio n This is the Kern 222 Trade Certified Chondrometer reference method to determine the density of cereal grains (otherwise known as the test weight) expressed as kilograms per hectolitre. 5.10.2 Scope This method is applicable to all cereal grains. 5.10.3 Apparatus  Kern 222 Trade Certified Chondrometer with valid Regulation 13 certificate.  Electronic balance 0.01g resolution. 5.10.4 Reagents Not applicable 5.10.5 Procedure  Assemble the measuring container with the grain cutter inserted in the slit. Place the brass piston on top of the cutter blade. Connect the filling hopper securely on the top of the measuring container.  Fill the pre - filling cup with grain. Grain sample to be “as is”.  Empty the pre - filling cup out onto a large sample tray and manually remove any foreign material e.g. whiteheads, straw, barley, lupins , sticks stones etc.  Pour the remaining grain from the sample tray back into the pre - filling cup. Ensure that the pre filler cup is filled up to or above the internal filling line/groove.  Steadily pour the grain from the pre - filling cup into the fillin g hopper until the filling hopper is full.  Grasp the measuring container firmly with one hand and with the other hand withdraw the cutter in a single swift motion.  Re - insert the grain cutter in the slit and push it through the grain with a single firm st roke.  Remove the filling hopper from the measuring container and discard the grain remaining above the cutter, while holding the cutter in place.  Remove the cutter and return the base bucket to an upright position and then withdraw the cutter.  Place the Steel Bowl onto the balance and press the T (Tare) button, ensure Zeros are displayed.  Pour the grain from the bucket into the steel bowl.

64. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 64 of 94  Weigh accurately to 0.001g an amount of ground sample, as recommended by the manufacturer, into the appropriate sample capsule and place the sample into the instrument for analysis.  If presenting the sample to the instrument in a pellet form, adjustments may be required to burn temperatures, times and blanks to compensate for the absence of a sample capsule.  Blank and standard control/check samples should be repeated periodically ( as a guide every 10 samples) during each analytical run to monitor any drift. Standard drift c orrections and recalculation of samples should be made after analysis if the drift exceeds specification.  Calculation of nitrogen content is usually performed automatically by the instrument data processing system or associated software.  Results should b e expressed as percent (5) nitrogen to two decimal places. For conversion to protein content “as is” multiply wheat nitrogen by 5.7 % . Convert protein content to an 11% moisture basis for wheat for the nitrogen/protein values where necessary. Report result to the nearest 0.1%.  Analysis should be repeated if the difference between duplicate test results exceed the respective repeatability values (r) shown in the following table : Grain Mean % N Repeatability Reproducibility r RSD r % R RSD r % Barley 1.85 0.06 1.22 0.11 2.09 Barley malt 1.49 0.04 0.99 0.08 1.97 Sorghum 1.47 0.05 1.15 0.07 1.69 Wheat durum 2.09 0.04 0.64 0.08 1.32 Wheat * 1.97 0.03 0.61 0.09 1.69 Wheat APH 2.54 0.03 0.46 0.08 1.15 Wheat flour 2.03 0.03 0.46 0.09 1.56 * Wheat other than the type specified in the above table  Suitable fineness of grind gives a relative standard deviation (RSD) of ≤ 2.0% for ten successive determinations of nitrogen in ground test material. A larger RSD indicates the need for a finer gr ind or a larger analytical test weight, assuming that the instrument has been properly set up.  For each batch the accuracy of the system is demonstrated by making ten successive determinations of nitrogen in nicotinic acid or tryptophan (different materi als from calibration standard). Means of determinations must be ≤ ± 0.15 of respective theoretical values with standard deviation ≤ 0.15. Failure to achieve these values indicates the need for recalibration or optimisation of instrument settings.  Accuracy checks should be carried out (1) On instrument installation and reinstallation following repairs and service; (2) When a new batch of working reference material is used; (3) After experiencing problems in instrument set up. 5.6.6 References  Crude Protein Re ference Method - AACC Method 46 - 30

69. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 69 of 94 5.9 Test Weight Assessment – Franklin Mark 11 Chondrometer Reference Method 5.9.1 Definitions This is the Franklin Mark 11 Chondrometer reference method to determine the density of cereal grains (otherwise known as the Test Weight) expressed as kilograms per hectolitre. 5.9.2 Scope This method is applicable to all cereal grains . 5.9.3 Apparatus  Franklin Mark II Drop Weight Trade Certified chondrometer  Pre filling Cup 5.9.4 Reagents Not applicable . 5.9.5 Procedure  Assemble the instrument together and place the calibration weight onto the top of the measuring cylinder.  Place the measuring cylinder with weight on the hook at the end of the measuring beam.  Calibrate the instrument by moving the sliding weight to the position corresponding to 40kg/hl on the measuring beam. The beam should balance equidistantly between the top and bottom of the square space at the ot her end of the beam.  If the beam is not balanced, turn the calibration screw at the other end of the beam until the correct setting is achieved.  Remove the calibration weight. The instrument is then calibrated.  Insert the cutter bar into the bottom mea suring cylinder, and place the drop weight on top of the cutter bar .  Fit the top filling cylinder onto the measuring cylinder .  Fill the pre filling cup with grain . Sample to be “as is”.  Steadily pour the grain from the pre filling cup with one hand into the top filling cylinder until it is full whilst holding both cylinders together.  Withdraw the cutter bar in a single swift motion .  Re - insert the cutter in the slit and push it through the grain with a single firm stroke.  Remove the top filling cy linder from the measuring cylinder and discard the grain remaining above the cutter, while holding the cutter in place.

15. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 15 of 94  Maize Weevil ( Sitophilus zeamais)  Psocids/Book lice ( Psocoptera sp )  Rice Weevil ( Sitophilus oryzae)  Rust - red Flour Beetle ( Tribolium castaneum)  Saw Tooth Grain Beetle ( Oryzaephilus surinamensis )  Tropical Warehouse Moth ( Ephestia cautella)  Warehouse Beetle ( Trogoderma variable ) Note that a separate tolerance exists for dead and live Stored Grain Insects. Live  A nil tolerance applies to all live Stored Grain Insects Dead  Dead Stored Grain Insects are included in the de finition for Insects – Small  Pieces of Stored Grain Insects are classified as Other Foreign Material Takeall Affected This is a grain defect caused by infection by the fungus Gaeumannomyces graminis often resulting in distortion of the grain. This definition only applies to those grains which appear yellowish or white in colour and which have a hollowed out appearance. The definition does not apply to those grains affected by F rost or pinched as a re sult of dry conditions or other diseases during maturation. This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Takeall Affected . Test Weight Test W eight is a measure of the density of grain. Unmillable Material Above the Screen This consists of whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff , backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods , other seedpods and other light material which remains above the 2.0 0 mm screen after a sample of grain is sub jected to the screening process . It excludes contaminants for which tolerances have been stated in these Standards. Chaff is defined as the protective material surrounding the mature seed prior to thrashing or harvesting. Backbone is the material to which seeds are attached to the plant stem. Unmillable Material Below the Screen (Screenings) This is the total material passing through a 2.00mm screen after a sam ple of grain is sub jected to the screening process . It includes S mall F oreign S eeds. Variety This is the next lowest level taxonomic rank of a plant below that of the term “species”. Wheats of differing varieties have differing genetic compositions which may endow them with differing agronomic characteristics, and/or differing end product quality characteristics. For this reason, varieties are best segregated into groups which have similar quality characteristics and/or are best suited to particular end p roduct uses.

8. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 8 of 94 Johnson Grass (Sorghum halepense ) Saffron Thistle (Carthamus lanatus) Type 7a Broad Beans ( Vicia faba ) Chickpeas (Cicer arietinum) Corn (Maize)( Zea mays ) Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) Faba Beans (Vicia faba ) Lentils (Lens culinaris ) Lupin (Lupinus spp ) Peas (Field) (Pisum sativu m ) Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) Soybean (Glycine max ) Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) And any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7b Barley (2 row) (Hordeum distichon ) Barley (6 row) (Hordeum vulgare) Bindweed (Australian) (Convolvulus erubescens) Bindweed (Black) (Polygonum convolvulus ) Durum (Triticum durum ) Red / Spring Feed Wheats (Various) 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) Type 7b includes any other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7a or elsewhere in Small Foreign Seeds or Unmillable Material Above the Screen. Note that Wild Radish pods and Milk Thistle pods are not classified as Foreign Seeds but are defined as Unmillable Material Above the Screen. All other Foreign Seed Pods not listed and that are not greater than 5mm in diameter (Type 7a) are included as Unmillable Material Above the Screen, whether whole pods or part thereof. Frost D amaged Refers to grain damaged as a result of frost during the maturation phase. Grains generally have the appearance of full sized kernels with little or no s tructure on both dorsal sides of the grain, and are typically grey to blue in colour. The definition does not include grain pinched as a result of dry conditions or disease during maturation. This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Frost Damaged. Grade Grade refers to the classification given to the load after it has been sampled and tested, and has been classified according to these S tandards.

14. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 14 of 94 Stained Refers to a grain defe ct caused by either exposure to wet and damp conditions during growth and maturation phases or a stress related biochemical reaction, which causes individual grains to become visually discoloured. The definition includes kernels that display the following :  A distinct dark brown to black discolouration on the germ end that, in severe cases, may progress to other parts of the grain such as the crease. These grains are commonly referred to as “black point” or “black tip”. Discolouration must be more than 50% of the germ in length to be classified as defective. Discolouration equal to or less than 50% of the germ in length is classified as sound.  A light grey to b l ack fungal discolouration that may extend from the brush end of the grain but does not cover more than approximately 50% of the entire grain surface. Kernels with greater than approximately 50% of a fungal like dark grey, brown or black discolouration are to be classified as “Field Fungi”.  Grains that exhibit small dots covering less than approximately 5% of the surface area of the kernel (a small proportion) are not to be classified as Stained and are otherwise whole sound grains.  Adherence of contaminants such as soil, dust, plant parts and other material. These grains are commonly referred to as “Staining due to Moist Plant Material”.  Pink Stained grains arising from infection by fungal species. Refer to the definition of “Pink Stained”.  White Grain Disorder/Head Scab /Flak ed G rains ar ising from infection by certain fungal species. Refer to the definition of “White Grain Disorder/Head Scab /Flak ed Grains ”. This definition is to be read in conjunction with the photo in the Visual Recognition Standards Guide which depicts the minimum affected standard for a grain to be classified as Stained. Stone A Stone or gravel is defined as a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter that is retained above the 2. 0 mm screen dur ing the screening process. Material falling through the 2. 0 mm screen is defined as Sand. Note a maximum weight of 4.0g applies to the total weight of all Stones per 2.5L r etained above the 2 .0 mm screen. Stored Grain Insects These are insects which cause damage to stored grain and the tolerance applies to all life stages of the insect. These include:  Angoumois Grain Moth ( Sitrotroga cerealella)  Confused Flour Beetle ( Tribolium confusum)  Flat Grain Beetle ( Cryptolestes spp)  Granary Weevil ( Sitophilus granarius)  Indian Meal Moth ( Plodia interpunctella)  Lesser Grain Borer ( Rhyzopertha dominica)

44. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 44 of 94 SECTION 4 WHEAT VARIET Y CLASSIFICATION Wheat variety classification is the responsibility of Wheat Quality Australia Limited (WQA). Wheat Quality Australia Limited is an independent not for profit company relying on the support and involvement of all sectors of the value chain. It was established by Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and Grain Trade Australia Limited (GTA) to be responsible for wheat variety classification and related activities from 1 January 2011. Wheat Quality Australia captures input from all sectors of the wheat value chain to design and deliver wheat variety classification in Australia. The approach includes participants from al l segments in the value chain to ensure the classification system is appropriate and relevant at every point. Wheat classification is the categorisation of a wheat variety into a Class based on processing and end product quality and determines the highest Grade that a variety can be accepted into at delivery. The Classification System aims to deliver grain of consistent physical quality, processing performance and end - product quality to customers and end - users. The WQA Wheat Variety Master List (Masterli st) provided in this document details all of the varieties acceptable for delivery and their individual classifications or Classes by zone. While the Masterlist is updated several times each year as new varieties are released or existing varieties are revi ewed, the draft version is published in August 2014 and the final version for the 2014 / 15 season is published by the 1 st September 2014 . For any questions relating to the Classification process or the WQA Wheat Variet y Masterlist please go to the Wheat Quality Australia website – www.wheatquality.com.au . Bin Cascade Rules : The following Table contains a list of all of the Classes available for classification#. These Classe s determine the maximum Bin Grade into which a variety may be received. The Table includes the other, lower Bin Grades into which the variety may also be received – the Bin Grade cascade. The Table should be read in conjunction with the 2014 / 15 Wheat Variety Master l ist. Class Bin Grade Cascade APH* APH1/APH2 / H1 / H2 / APW1 / APW2 / ASW1 / AUH2 / AGP1 / AUW1 / HPS1 / SFW1 /FED1 AH H1 / H2 / APW1 / APW2 / ASW1 / AUH2 / AGP1 / AUW1 / HPS1 / SFW1 / FED1 APW APW1 / APW2 / ASW1 / AGP1 / AUW1 / HPS1 / SFW1 / FED1 ASW ASW1 / AGP1 / AUW1 / HPS1 / SFW1 / FED1 AGP AGP1 / AUW1 / HPS1 / SFW1 / FED1 ASF1 (SFE) SFT1 (SFE1) / SFT2 (SFE2) / AGP1 / AUW1 / HPS1 / SFW1 / FED1 A NW ANW1 / ANW2 / AGP1 / AUW1 / SFW1 / FED1 ASWS# ASWS / AGP1 / AUW1 / SFW1 / FED1 ADR DR1 / DR2 / DR3 / FED1 APWN** APWN and then as per APW unless otherwise indicated in the Master l ist FEED*** FED1

58. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 58 of 94 5.3 Moisture Assessment of Cereals – Fan Forced Oven Reference Method 5.3.1 Definitions This is the fan forced reference method specified in National Measurement Institute legislation to be used to determine the moisture content of grain samples as loss in weig ht when subjected to heating. 5.3.2 Scope This is applicable to all cereals when being tested for moisture content under laboratory conditions . 5.3.3 Apparatus  Laboratory Mill  Forced Draft Oven capable of being maintained at 130 0 C +/ - 1 0 C  Aluminium moisture dishes, 50 – 55 by 15 – 20mm with tight fitting covers  Desiccator  Electronic balance capable of weighing up to 100g to 4 decimal places 5.3.4 Reagents Not applicable 5.3.5 Procedure  Grind a 30 - 40g whole grain sample in a suitable mill (Perten 3303, Tecator , Cemotec or similar) . Sample to be “as is”.  Mix thoroughly and transfer 2 to 3g portions to each of 2 or more tared moisture dishes  Cover and weight the dishes immediately  Subtract tare weights and record weight of sample  Clean mill between samples  Uncover the dishes and place them in pre heated oven (130 0 C) and place covers under the dishes. Evenly distribute the dishes within the oven  Close oven door and allow temperature to stabilise and then heat for exactly 60 minutes  Remove the dishes, quick ly replace the lids and place in the desiccator  Weigh the dishes after they reach room temperature  Determine loss in weight as moisture as per the following equation :

7. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 7 of 94 Type 2 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) Coriander (Coriandrum sativum ) Crow Garlic/Wild Garlic (Allium vineale ) Darling Pea (Swainsona spp ) Peanut seeds and pods (Arachis hypogaea) Ragweed (Ambrosia sp) Rattlepods (Crotalaria sp) Starburr (Acanthospermum hispidum ) St. Johns Wort (Hypericum perforatum) Type 3a Bathurst Burr (Xanthium spinosum ) Bellvine ( Ipomoea plebeia ) Branched Broomrape (Orobanche ramosa ) Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head (Tribulus terrestris ) Cape Tulip (Homeria spp) Cottonseed (Gossypium spp ) Dodder (Cuscuta spp ) Noogoora Burr (Xanthium pungens ) Thornapple (Datura spp) Type 3b Vetch (Commercial) (Vicia spp) Vetch (Tare) (Vicia sativa ) Type 3c Heliotrope (Blue) (Heliotropium amplexicaule ) Heliotrope (Common) (Heliotropium europaeum) Note included in this Type are tolerances for seeds or pods Type 4 Bindweed (Field) (Convolvulus arvensis ) Cutleaf Mignonette seeds or pods (Reseda lutea) Darnel (Drake Seed) (Lolium temulentum ) Hexham Scent / King Island Meli l ot (Melilotus indicus) only acceptable if no tainting odour is present Hoary Cress (Cardaria draba ) Mintweed (Salvia reflexa ) Nightshades (Solanum spp) Paddy Melon (Cucumis myriocarpus) Skeleton Weed (Chondrilla juncea ) Variegate d Thistle (Silybum marianum) Type 5 Knapweed (Creeping/Russian) (Acroptilon repens) Sesbania Pea (Sesbania cannabina) Paterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane (Echium plantagineum) Type 6 Colombus Grass (Sorghum almum )

54. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 54 of 94 Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 481 ZEBU FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 490 ZIPPY APW ASW* ASW* ASW* 2018 482 ZULU FEED FEED FEED FEED NA Please note: 1. The Class indicates the highest possible receival grade available for respective varieties. 2. Some or all of the varieties listed in the table may be protected by Plant Breeders’ Rights. 3. * Indicates a default classification . 4. T after the variety name indicates APWT classification . 5. N after the variety name indicates APWN classification. 6. *** In the 2015/16 WQA Wheat Variety Masterlist the Classification of Rosella in the Southern Zone will become ANW. 7. **** In the 2015/16 WQA Wheat Variety Masterlist the Classification of Lorikeet will become ANW in the Southern zone and FEED in Western Zone. 8. # Indicates variety is planned for removal i n 2015/16 . 9. Variety classifications highlighted indicate a change from 2013/14.

4. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 4 of 94  Wheat treated with or contaminated by Carbaryl, Organochloride chemicals, or diatomaceous earth  Chemical residues in excess of Australian Commonwealth, State or Territory legal limits (see Maximum Residue Limit and National Residue Survey) For further information on this topic, refer to the document “Australian Grains Industry Post Harvest Chemical Usage Recommendations and Outturn Tolerances 2014 / 15 ” - see GTA website www.graintrade.org.au/chemical_tolerances . Contaminants Contaminants are defined individually in these S tandards and consist of the following :  Bread wheat (in durum deliveries only)  Cereal Ergot  Chemicals not Approved for Wheat  Chemicals in excess of the MRL  Earcockle  Earth  Foreign Seeds  Insects – Large  Insects – Small  Loose Smut  Objectionable Material  Other Foreign Material  Pickling Compounds or Artificial Colouring  Ryegrass Ergot  Sand  Snails  Stones  Stored Grain Insects and Pea Weevil – Live Contaminants may be referred to as foreign material, being all material other than whole or broken seeds or hulls of the wheat being assessed. Defective Grains Defective grains refer to wheat that has been damaged to some degree, as outlined in these Standards . They include the following :  Dry G reen or S appy  Field F ungi  Frost Damaged  Heat D amaged, B in B urnt, S torage M ould  Insect D amaged  Non vitreous kernels (Durum only)  Over - Dried Damaged  Pink S tained  Smut  Sprouted  Stained  Takeall A ffected  White Grain Disorder/Head Scab /Flaked Grain An individual kernel may only have one defect , being the defect type with the tightest tolerance in the standard .

1. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 1 of 94 G RAIN T RADE A USTRALIA Section 2 – WHEAT TRADING STANDARDS 2014 / 15 SEASON TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 2 SECTION 2 DEFINITIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 3 SECTION 3 GRAIN QUALITY STANDARDS ................................ ................................ .................. 17 SECTION 4 WHEAT VARIETY CLASSIFICATION ................................ ................................ ........ 44 SECTION 5 METHODS AND PROCEDURES ................................ ................................ ................ 55 5.1 Introduction ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 55 5.2 Sampling ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ . 56 5.3 Moisture Assessment of Cereals – Fan Forced Oven Reference Method ............................... 58 5.4 Moisture Assessment of Cereals – Brabender Oven Reference Method ................................ . 60 5.5 Moisture Assessment of Cereals – NIR ................................ ................................ .................. 62 5.6 Protein Assessment of Cereals – Dumas Reference Method ................................ .................. 63 5.7 Protein Assessment of Cereals – NIR ................................ ................................ ..................... 66 5.8 Test Weight Assessment - Schopper Chondrometer Reference Method ................................ 67 5.9 Test Weight Assessment – Franklin Mark 11 Chondrometer Reference Method ................... 69 5.10 Test Weight Assessment – Kern 222 Chondrometer Reference Method ............................ 71 5.11 Unmillable Material Assessment – Reference Method ................................ ....................... 73 5.12 Falling Number Assessment – Reference Method ................................ .............................. 75 5.13 Defective Grains Assessment – Reference Method ................................ ............................. 77 5.14 Defective Grain Assessment of Sprouted Grai n – Field Evaluation ................................ .... 79 5.15 Contaminants Assessment – Reference Method ................................ ................................ . 82 5.16 Vitreous Kernel Assessment – Reference Method ................................ .............................. 85 5.17 Vitreous Kernel Assessment in Durum – Digital Imaging Method ................................ ..... 87 5.18 Variety Declaration Procedure ................................ ................................ ............................ 88 5.19 Screen Slot Size Compliance Procedure ................................ ................................ .............. 90 5.20 Bread Wheat Assessment in Durum – Reference Method ................................ .................. 92 SECTION 6 REFERENCE MATERIALS ................................ ................................ ......................... 94

46. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 46 of 94 2014 / 15 WQA Wheat Varietal Master List As at 1 September 2014 Disclaimer: This publication is intended only to provide Class information for the receival of wheat. The information contained in this publication is based on knowledge and understanding at the time of publication without independent verification. Users of this document should be aware of the need to regularly consult with their professional advisors as to the applicability of this information to their needs. Although reasonable care has been exercised in the preparation of this document, WQA does not make any re presentation, guarantee or warranty whether express or implied as to the accuracy, reliability, completeness or currency of the information contained herein nor its usefulness in achieving any purpose. Interested parties are responsible for making their own enquiries as to the accuracy, reliability and completeness of any information herein contained. The information in this document may be amended from time to time. Interested parties should regularly check the Grain Trade Australia or Wheat Quality Aus tralia Limited (WQA) websites for any amendments or alterations to any printed information in this publication. To the maximum extent permitted by law, WQA does not accept any liability (direct or indirect) in contract, tort (including negligence) or oth erwise for any injury, loss, claim, damage, incidental or consequential damage, arising out of, or in any way connected with the use of, or reliance on, any information, or any error, omission or defect in the information contained herein and you waive all potential rights against WQA in this regard. Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 531 ADAGIO FEED FEED FEED FEED n/a 498 AGT KATANA APW AH APW* APW* 2019 438 AGT SCYTHE ASW* APW ASW* ASW* 2015 292 AJANA ASW AGP AGP AGP 2012 446 AMAROK FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 236 AMERY AH ASW ASW ASW 2012 221 ANGAS AGP APW AGP AGP 2012 299 ANLACE AGP ASF1 ASF1 AGP 2014 408 ANNUELLO APW AH AH APW 2011 1 AROONA APW APW AGP AGP 2011 279 ARRINO ANW AGP AGP AGP 2011 319 ARRIVATO ADR ADR ADR ADR 2011 466 AXE APW AH APW* APW* 2017 333 BABBLER APW* APW APH APH 2011 6 BANKS AGP AH APH APH 2014 451 BARHAM AGP* ASF1 ASF1 AGP* 2016 8 BAROOTA WONDER # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 245 BARUNGA APW AH AGP AGP 2011 219 BATAVIA AH AH APH APH 2011 295 BAXTER AH APW* APH APH 2011 10 BEACON # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 483 BEAUFORT FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 14 BENCUBBIN # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2014 241 BEULAH AGP APW APW APW 2012 16 BINDAWARRA AGP ASF1 AGP AGP 2014 455 BINNU ANW AGP AGP AGP 2016

40. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 40 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: SFE2 (SA) Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 144 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 1 0 .5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min (kg/hl) 68 .0 Unmillable Material Above the Screen Max (% by weight) 1.2 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 10.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 200 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 10.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which; 15.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 5.0 All Smuts except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 5.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 50 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 10 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 150 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 1.2 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

36. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 36 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: SFE1 (NSW/VIC) Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 140 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 9.5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min (kg/hl) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the Screen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 8.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which; 10.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smuts except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

30. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 30 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: ANW2 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 122 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) No Min. N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) No Max. Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min (kg/hl) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the Screen Max (% by weight) 1 . 2 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 10 .0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grain s Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smuts except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, anim al carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and st icks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

32. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 32 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: APWN Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 127 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 10.0 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 11.5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min (kg/hl) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the Screen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smuts except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, anim al carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and st icks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

31. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 31 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: ASWS Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 126 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 9.5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min (kg/hl) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the Screen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slott ed screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smuts except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above th e Screen that remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

43. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 43 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: SFW1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 151 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions No Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 70 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 1.2 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 10.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) n/a Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted n/a Frost Damaged 1 0.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 15.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 5.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 2.0 Dry Green or Sappy 10.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 50 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 10 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 150 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 1.2 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 15 Number of galls Snails 10 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 50 Individual grains Earth 3 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

27. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 27 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: AUW1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 108 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 10.5 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 68.0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 2.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 25.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 250 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 0.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 15.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 5.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 20.0 Insect Damaged 2.0 Dry Green or Sappy 5.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 50 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 10 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other see ds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 150 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 1.2 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 15 Number of galls Snails 10 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 50 Individual grains Earth 3 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

28. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 28 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: HPS1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 109 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 11.5 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 68.0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 2.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 25.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 250 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 2.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 10.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 3.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 2.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 20.0 Insect Damaged 2.0 Dry Green or Sappy 2.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 50 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 10 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other see ds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 150 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 1.2 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 5 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 50 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

37. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 37 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: SFE1 (SA) Season: 2014 /1 5 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 141 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 9.5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seed s or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

25. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 25 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: AUH2 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 106 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 11.5 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 71.0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 1.2 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 10.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 250 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 2.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 15.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 2.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 2.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 50 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 10 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other see ds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 150 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 1.2 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 50 Individual grains Earth 3 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (> 1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

26. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 26 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: AGP1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 107 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) No Min. N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 68.0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 1.2 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 10.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 200 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 0.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 15.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 5.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 2.0 Dry Green or Sappy 5.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightsh ades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 50 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 10 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 150 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 1.2 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 15 Number of galls Snails 10 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 50 Individual grains Earth 3 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, anim al carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

38. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 38 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: SFT1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 142 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 9.5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min ( sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

41. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 41 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: SFT2 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 145 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 10.5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 8.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

21. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 21 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: H2 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 102 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 11.5 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

22. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 22 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: APW1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 103 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 10.5 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

29. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 29 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: ANW1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 120 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 9.5 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 11.5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seed s or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

23. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 23 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: APW2 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 104 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 10.0 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

24. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 24 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: ASW1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 105 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) No Min. N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

39. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 39 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: SFE2 (NSW/VIC) Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 143 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) 10.5 Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 8.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 5.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 15.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 5.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 5.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

42. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 42 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: FED1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 150 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions No Protein Min (%) n/a N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 62 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 2.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 15.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) n/a Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted n/a Frost Damaged n/a Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 50.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 5.0 - Pink Stained 5.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected n/a Field Fungi (count per half litre) 40.0 Insect Damaged 4.0 Dry Green or Sappy n/a Over - Dried Damaged n/a Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 50 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 100 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 400 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 1.2 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 50 Number of galls Snails 10 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 50 Individual grains Earth 6 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (> 1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.2 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

20. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 20 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: H1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 101 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 13.0 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above th e Screen that remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

35. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 35 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: DR3 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 132 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 10.0 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 71.0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 1.2 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 10.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 200 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 2.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 20.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 5.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 2.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Vitreous Kernels Min (using an approved method) n/a Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy M elon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 50 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 10 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 150 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Bread wheat, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen th at remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 1.2 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter) Bread Wheat (% by count) 5.0 300 grain sample (500 grain sample for WA)

34. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 34 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: DR2 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 131 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 11.5 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 2.0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 2.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Vitreous Kernels Min (using an approved method) 70 Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy M elon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Bread wheat, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen th at remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter) Bread Wheat (% by count) 3.0 300 grain sample (500 grain sample for WA)

33. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 33 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: DR1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 130 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 13.0 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist. Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slott ed screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 300 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 3.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Vitreous Kernels Min (using an approved method) 80 Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Bread wheat, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen th at remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat, used in contravention of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter) Bread Wheat (% by count) 3.0 300 grain sample (500 grain sample for WA)

19. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 19 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: APH2 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 100 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variety Restrictions Yes Approved v arieties only Protein Min (%) 13.0 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods , Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed . Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (s ec) 350 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective Grains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA], unless otherwise stated) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5 .0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould (count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2 .0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed Contaminants Max - (count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightsh ades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed and a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that rem ain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - (count per half litre, unless otherwise stated) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, anima l carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sti cks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

18. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 18 of 94 Commodity: Wheat Grade: APH1 Season: 2014 / 15 Standard Reference No.: CSG - 110 QUALITY PARAMETER SPECIFICATION COMMENT Variet y Restrictions Yes Approved varieties only Protein Min (%) 14.0 N X 5.7 @ 11% Moisture Basis Protein Max (%) n/a Moisture Max (%) 12.5 Test Weight Min ( kg/hl ) 7 6 .0 Unmillable Material Above the S creen Max (% by weight) 0.6 Includes whiteheads (with grains removed), chaff, backbone, Wild Radish pods, Milk Thistle pods or other seedpods not otherwise listed. Excludes contaminants where tolerances already exist Screenings Max (% by weight) 5.0 All matter passing through a 2.0mm slotted screen – 40 shakes in the direction of the slots Falling Number Min (sec) 350 Falling Number result overrides the visual assessment for Sprouted grains Defective G rains Max - (% by count, 300 grain sample [500 grain sample for WA] , unless otherwise s tated ) Sprouted Nil Frost Damaged 1 .0 Stained, including Staining due to Moist Plant Material, of which ; 5.0 Heat Damaged, Bin Burnt, Storage Mould ( count per half litre) 1.0 - Pink Stained 2.0 All Smut s except Loose Smut (entire load) Nil - White Grain Disorder / Head Scab / Flaked Grain 1.0 Takeall Affected 1.0 Field Fungi (count per half litre) 10.0 Insect Damaged 1.0 Dry Green or Sappy 1.0 Over - Dried Damaged Nil Foreign Seed C ontaminants Max - ( count of seeds in total per half litre, unless otherwise s tated ) Type 1 ( i ndividual s eed s ) 8 Colocynth, Double Gees/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack, Jute, Long Head Poppy, Mexican Poppy, Opium Poppy, Field Poppy, Horned Poppy, Wild Poppy, New Zealand Spi nach, Parthenium Weed Type 2 Nil Castor Oil Plant, Coriander, Crow Garlic / Wild Garlic, Darling Pea, Peanut s eeds and pods , Ragweed, Rattlepods, Starburr, St. John’s Wort Type 3 a 2 Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Branched Broomrape, Bulls Head / Caltrop / Cats Head, Cape Tulip, Cottonseed, Dodder, Noogoora Burr, Thornapple Type 3b 4 Vetch (Tare), Vetch (Commercial) Type 3c 8 Heliotrope (Blue), Heliotrope (Common) Type 4 20 Bindweed (Field), Cutleaf Mignonette, Darnel (Drake Seed), Hexham Scent /Meliot (only acceptable i f no tainting odour is present) , Hoary Cress, Mintweed, Nightshades, Paddy Melon, Skeleton Weed, Variegated Thistle Type 5 40 Knapweed (Creeping/ Russian ) , Sesbania Pea, Patterson’s Curse / Salvation Jane Type 6 10 Colombus Grass, Johnson Grass , Saffron Thistle Type 7a 1 Broad Beans, Chickpeas, Corn (Maize), Cowpea, Faba Beans, Lentils, Lupins, Peas (Field), Safflower, Soybean, Sunflower and any other seeds or pods greater than 5mm in diameter Type 7 b 50 Barley (2 & 6 row), Bindweed (Australian) , Bindweed (Black) , Durum, Red/Spring Feed Wheats, Oats (Black/Wild), Oats (Sand), Oats (Common), Rice, Rye (Cereal), Sorghum (Grain), Triticale, Turnip Weed a nd a ny other Foreign Seeds not specified in Types 1 - 7(a) , in SFS or in Unmillable Material Above the Screen that remain above the 2. 0 mm screen following the Screenings process Small Foreign Seeds (% by weight) 0.6 All F oreign S eeds not specified in T ypes 1 - 7(b) that fall below the 2. 0mm screen during the Screenings process Other Contaminants Max - ( count per half litre , unless otherwise s tated ) Pickling Compounds (entire load) Nil P ickled grain or artificial colouring Chemicals Not Approved for Wheat (entire load) Nil Residues of any chemical compound not approved for wheat , used in contraventi on of the labelled instructions or chemicals in excess of the MRL Ryegrass Ergot (length in cm) 2.0 Length of all pieces present aligned end on end Cereal Ergot 1 Pieces or whole affected kernel Stored Grain Insects & Pea Weevil – Live (entire load) Nil All life stages Insects – Large, dead or alive 3 Includes Rutherglen bugs, ladybirds, grasshoppers, locusts, sitona weevils, wood bugs & pea weevil (dead only) Insects – Small, dead or alive 10 Includes all species of aphid, mites & stored grain insects (dead only) Earcockle 10 Number of galls Snails 1 Dead or alive Loose Smut 3 Pieces of backbone Sand 20 Individual grains Earth 1 5mm maximum in diameter Stones (g per 2.5L ) 4.0 Maximum weight of all Stones retained above a 2.0mm screen per 2.5L Objectionable Material (entire load) Nil Presence of meat meal, blood meal, fish meal, poultry offal meal or other animal proteins. Sticks (>1cm in length and 0.5cm in diameter) , stubble (>3cm in length and 1cm in diameter), glass, concrete, metal, animal excreta, animal carcasses, tainting agents or any other commercially unacceptable contaminant, smell or taste . Other Foreign Material (% by weight) 0.1 Fine material (eg., Soil, dust and minerals), pieces of snail shell (< half), pieces of stored grain insects and sticks ( ≤ 1cm in length and ≤ 0.5cm in diameter)

50. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 50 of 94 Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 484 HYPERNO FEED* ADR FEED* ADR 2018 508 IMPALA AGP* ASF1 ASF1 ASF1 2021 511 IMPOSE CL PLUS APW ASW* ASW* ASW* 2021 93 JACUP # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 460 JANDAROI ADR ADR FEED* ADR 2017 211 JANZ AH AH APH APH 2011 505 JUSTICA CL PLUS APW APW APW ASW* 2021 311 KALANNIE AH APW APW APW 2012 423 KALKA ADR ADR ADR ADR 2014 94 KALKEE # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 97 KAMILAROI ADR ADR ADR ADR 2011 312 KARLGARIN APW ASW ASW ASW 2012 210 KELALAC AGP APW AGP AGP 2011 294 KENNEDY FEED FEED FEED APH 2011 103 KING # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 497 KING ROCK N AH APW* APW* APW* 2019 101 KINGS WHITE # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 540 KIORA APW* AH AH APW* 2024 102 KITE AH AH AH AH 2014 104 KODA # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 506 KORD CL PLUS AH AH APW APW* 2021 265 KRICHAUFF ASW ASW ASW ASW 2011 327 KUKRI APW* AH APW* APW* 2011 509 KUNJIN ASF1 AGP* AGP* AGP* 2020 108 LANCE # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 528 LANCER APW* APW* APH APH 2023 324 LANG AH AH APH APH 2011 215 LARK AGP AGP AH APW 2012 255 LAWSON FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 266 LEICHHARDT APW APW AH AH 2011 218 LILLIMUR # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 465 LINCOLN APW AH AH AH 2017 467 LIVINGSTON APW AH AH AH 2018 405 LORIKEET ASW SA: ASW VIC:ANW ANW ANW 2011 492 MACE N AH AH AH AH 2018 109 MACHETE AH AH AGP AGP 2011 420 MACKELLAR FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 110 MADDEN AH AGP AGP AGP 2012 471 MAGENTA APW APW ASW* ASW* 2018 530 MANNING FEED FEED FEED FEED n/a

51. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 51 of 94 Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 411 MAROMBI FEED* FEED* ASW ASW 2011 269 MAWSON # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 113 MEERING AGP AH AH APW 2011 468 MERINDA APW* AH AH AH 2017 513 MERLIN APW* AH AH AH 2022 116 MERSEY # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 315 MIRA ASW APW ASW ASW 2012 208 MISKLE AGP AGP APH APH 2012 537 MITCH APW* APW* APW AH 2024 326 MITRE APW AH APW APW 2011 267 MORE # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 278 MUCHMORE # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 336 MULGARA APW* APW* AH AH 2012 473 NAPAROO FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 284 NYABING T/N ASW AGP AGP AGP 2012 126 OLYMPIC # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2014 495 ORION AGP* ASF1 ASF1 ASF1 2019 125 OSPREY AGP AGP AH APW 2012 239 OUYEN AGP AH AH APW 2012 204 OWLET # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 130 OXLEY AGP APW AGP AGP 2012 335 PARDALOTE ASW* ASW* APW APW 2012 461 PEAKE APW* AH AH APW* 2017 308 PERENJORI APW ASW ASW ASW 2011 212 PEROUSE AGP AGP AGP APH 2012 273 PETREL ASW ASW ASW ASW 2012 325 PETRIE APW* APW* AH* APH 2011 523 PHANTOM APW* AH APW APW* 2022 500 PRESTON FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 414 PUGSLEY ASW* APW APW ASW* 2013 412 QAL2000 ASF1 AGP* ASF1 ASF1 2011 421 QALBIS AGP* AGP* ASF1 ASF1 2012 134 RAVEN # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 432 REES T/N APW APW* APW* AH 2013 213 REEVES # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 501 REVENUE FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 188 ROSELLA AGP SA: ASW VIC:ANW ANW ANW 2011 177 ROWAN AGP AGP AGP AH 2012 415 RUBRIC # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 406 RUDD # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA

48. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 48 of 94 Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 251 DATATINE ASF1 ASF1 AGP AGP 2012 534 DBA AURORA FEED ADR FEED ADR 2024 458 DERRIMUT APW* AH APW* APW* 2016 32 DEVON # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 287 DIAMONDBIRD APW AH AH AH 2011 33 DIAZ AGP AGP AGP APH 2012 35 DOLLARBIRD AH AH AH AH 2011 409 DRYSDALE APW APW AH AH 2011 38 DURAMBA # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 42 EAGLE AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 422 EGA 2248 ASF1 AGP AGP AGP 2014 416 EGA BELLAROI ADR ADR ADR ADR 2012 426 EGA BLANCO FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 417 EGA BONNIE ROCK N AH APW* APW* APW* 2012 474 EGA BOUNTY APW* APW* AH AH 2017 456 EGA BURKE APW* APW* AH* APH 2016 425 EGA CASTLE ROCK AH APW* APW* APW* 2014 439 EGA EAGLE ROCK AH APW* APW* APW* 2015 477 EGA EAGLEHAWK APW* APW* APH AH 2017 434 EGA GREGORY AH APW* AH APH 2014 418 EGA HUME APW* APW* AH* APH 2012 476 EGA JAEGER APW* AH AH AH 2017 424 EGA JITARNING ASF1 AGP AGP AGP 2014 478 EGA KIDMAN APW* APW* AH* APH 2018 475 EGA STAMPEDE FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 419 EGA WEDGETAIL APW* APW* APH AH 2012 435 EGA WENTWORTH APW AH AH AH 2014 469 EGA WILLS APW* APW* APW AH 2017 436 EGA WYLIE APW* APW* AH AH 2014 431 ELLISON APW* APW* APH APH 2013 518 ELMORE CL PLUS APW* AH AH AH 2022 48 EMBLEM AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 512 EMU ROCK AH AH AH APW* 2021 488 ENDURE APW ASW* ASW* ASW* 2018 502 ENVOY N APW ASW* ASW* ASW* 2020 51 ERADU ANW AGP AGP AGP 2011 479 ESPADA APW APW AH ASW* 2018 504 ESTOC APW APW ASW* ASW* 2019 220 EXCALIBUR AGP ASW AGP AGP 2011 54 FALCON # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 494 FANG APW APW ASW* ASW* 2019

49. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 49 of 94 Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 57 FELIX # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 56 FESTIGUAY # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 59 FLINDERS AGP AGP AGP APH 2012 60 FORD # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 503 FORREST ASW* APW APW ASW* 2021 491 FORTUNE ANW AGP AGP AGP 2018 254 FRAME APW APW APW APW 2011 480 FRELON FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 64 GABO # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 70 GAMENYA ANW AGP AGP AGP 2014 74 GATCHER AGP AGP AGP APH 2012 514 GAUNTLET APW* APW AH APH 2022 522 GAZELLE AGP* ASF1 ASF1 ASF1 2022 428 GBA COMBAT ASW* APW AH AH 2014 441 GBA HUNTER FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 429 GBA RUBY ASW ASW ASW ASW 2014 427 GBA SAPPHIRE AH APW APH APH 2014 430 GBA SHENTON FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 316 GILES APW* APW* AH* APH 2011 459 GLADIUS APW* AH AH APW* 2017 76 GLAIVE # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2011 410 GLOVER APW* APW* APW* AH 2011 274 GOLDMARK APW AH AH AH 2011 286 GORDON FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 240 GOROKE AGP APW APW APW 2011 77 GREBE AGP AGP ASF1 AGP 2012 526 GRENADE APW AH APW* APW* 2022 452 GUARDIAN ASW APW APW APW 2016 318 GUNDEROI ADR ADR ADR ADR 2012 79 GUTHA T/N AH AGP AGP AGP 2012 282 H45 APW APW AH AH 2011 442 H46 APW APW APW APW 2014 84 HALBERD T/N APW APW AGP AGP 2011 533 HARPER APW APW ASW* ASW* 2024 85 HARRIER AGP AGP AH AH 2011 337 HARRISMITH ASF1 AGP AGP AGP 2012 81 HARTOG AGP AH APH APH 2011 86 HERON # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2014 464 HORNET APW* APW* AH AH 2018 257 HYBRID MERCURY APW AGP APH APH 2012 206 HYBRID METEOR AGP AGP APH APH 2012

53. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 53 of 94 Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 437 TAMMARIN ROCK AH APW* APW* APW* 2015 154 TARSA # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 202 TATIARA AGP ASF1 ASF1 AGP 2012 156 TEAL # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 289 TENNANT # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 249 TERN AGP AGP ASW ASW 2012 334 THORNBILL AGP ASF1 ASF1 AGP 2011 162 TINCURRIN ASF1 ASF1 AGP AGP 2012 516 TJILKURI FEED ADR FEED FEED 2022 235 TRIDENT AGP ASW ASW ASW 2011 253 TRILLER # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 529 TROJAN APW APW APW ASW* 2023 433 VENTURA APW* AH AH AH 2014 535 VIKING APW* APW* APH APH 2024 199 VULCAN AGP APW AH APW 2012 493 WAAGAN AGP* ASW ASW AGP* 2019 164 WAGIN # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 519 WALLUP APW* AH APH APH 2022 166 WARATAH # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 168 WARIGAL AGP AH AGP AGP 2012 510 WEDIN ASF1 AGP* AGP* AGP* 2020 281 WESTONIA T/N APW APW ASW ASW 2011 298 WHISTLER AGP ASW ASW ASW 2011 171 WIALKI AH AGP AGP AGP 2012 517 WID802 FEED ADR FEED FEED 2022 173 WILGOYNE AH AGP AGP AGP 2011 174 WINGLEN # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 244 WOLLAROI ADR ADR ADR ADR 2011 176 WONGOONDY # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 283 WORRAKATTA ASW ASW ASW ASW 2012 338 WYALKATCHEM N APW APW APW APW 2011 321 WYLAH APW* APW* AH AH 2011 179 WYUNA AGP ASF1 ASF1 AGP 2014 203 YALLAROI ADR ADR ADR ADR 2011 262 YANAC ASW APW APW APW 2012 472 YANDANOOKA ANW AGP AGP AGP 2018 223 YARRALINKA AGP ASW AGP AGP 2012 515 YAWA FEED ADR FEED FEED 2022 450 YENDA AGP* ASF1 ASF1 AGP* 2016 314 YITPI AH AH AH APW* 2011 444 YOUNG APW* AH AH APW 2016

47. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 47 of 94 Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 19 BLADE AH AH AGP AGP 2011 457 BOLAC APW* AH APH APW* 2016 401 BOWERBIRD APW* APW* AH AH 2011 263 BOWIE AGP ASF1 ASF1 ASF1 2011 402 BRAEWOOD AH AH AH AH 2011 290 BRENNAN # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 285 BROOKTON APW APW ASW ASW 2011 225 BT SCHOMBURGK AH AH AGP AGP 2011 271 BUCKLEY AGP ASF1 AGP AGP 2011 443 BULLARING ASF1 AGP AGP AGP 2016 470 BULLET ASW* APW ASW* ASW* 2018 489 BUMPER ASW AGP* AGP* AGP* 2018 227 CADOUX ANW AGP AGP AGP 2011 280 CALINGIRI ANW AGP AGP AGP 2011 293 CAMM APW APW ASW ASW 2011 23 CANNA # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 487 CAPAROI ADR ADR ADR ADR 2018 445 CARINYA APW* AH AH AH 2016 310 CARNAMAH AH APW APW APW 2011 250 CASCADES T/N AH APW AGP AGP 2011 453 CATALINA APW AH APW APW 2016 313 CHARA APW AH APH APH 2011 403 CLEARFIELD JNZ AH AH AH* APH 2011 404 CLEARFIELD STL APW APW ASW* ASW* 2011 507 COBRA AH AH AH APW* 2021 25 COCAMBA AGP AH AH APW 2012 539 CONDO APW* AH AH AH 2024 26 CONDOR AGP AH AH APW 2012 28 COOK # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 520 CORACK APW APW APW APW 2022 27 CORELLA # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 449 CORRELL APW* AH AH APW* 2016 214 CORRIGIN ASF1 ASF1 AGP AGP 2012 462 CRUSADER APW* APW* APH APH 2017 309 CUNDERDIN APW ASW ASW ASW 2011 305 CUNNINGHAM APW AH APH APH 2011 248 CURRAWONG # FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 29 DAGGER # APW APW AGP AGP 2011 463 DAKOTA APW* APW* AH AH 2017 30 DARKAN # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 524 DART APW* AH APH APH 2022

52. GTA Wheat Trading Standards 201 4 /1 5 © Effective date: 1 August 201 4 Page 52 of 94 Code Variety Name Western Zone Southern Zone South Eastern Zone Northern Zone Review D ate 138 SABRE # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 485 SAINTLY FEED* ADR FEED* FEED* 2018 532 SCENARIO FEED FEED FEED FEED n/a 190 SCHOMBURGK AH AH AGP AGP 2012 496 SCOUT N APW AH APW ASW* 2019 448 SENTINEL3R ASW ASW ASW ASW 2015 527 SHIELD APW* AH APW* APW* 2022 275 SILVERSTAR APW AH AH AH 2011 291 SNIPE AGP AGP ASF1 ASF1 2011 135 SPEAR APW APW AGP AGP 2011 150 SPICA # AGP AGP AGP AGP 2012 499 SPITFIRE APW* AH APH APH 2020 234 STILETTO APW APW ASW ASW 2011 330 STRZELECKI APW* APW* AH APH 2011 413 STYLET ASW* APW ASW* ASW* 2011 159 SUNBIRD AGP AGP ASW ASW 2012 216 SUNBRI AGP AH APH APH 2011 259 SUNBROOK APW AH AH APH 2011 161 SUNCO AH AH APH APH 2011 147 SUNECA AGP AGP APH APH 2012 186 SUNELG AH AH AH AH 2011 207 SUNFIELD AGP APW AGP AGP 2011 521 SUNGUARD APW* APW* AH AH 2022 151 SUNKOTA AGP AGP APH APH 2012 229 SUNLAND AGP AGP APH APH 2012 276 SUNLIN APW APW APH APH 2011 538 SUNMATE APW* APW* AH APH 2024 230 SUNMIST AGP AGP APH APH 2011 296 SUNSOFT 98 AGP AGP ANW ANW 2014 145 SUNSTAR AGP AGP APH APH 2012 231 SUNSTATE AH AH APH APH 2011 525 SUNTOP APW* AH APH APH 2022 246 SUNVALE AH AH APH APH 2011 486 SUNVEX APW* APW* AH APH 2018 454 SUNZELL APW* AH APH AH 2017 536 SUPREME ANW FEED* FEED* FEED* 2024 447 SW FLAMENCO FEED FEED FEED FEED NA 440 SW ODIEL AGP ASW AGP AGP 2015 277 TAILORBIRD APW AH AH AH 2012 155 TAKARI AGP AH AGP AGP 2012 288 TAMAROI ADR ADR ADR ADR 2011

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