Handbook of United States grades for rough rice;

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Title:
Handbook of United States grades for rough rice; as revised, effective March 1, 1927
Physical Description:
37 p. : illus. ; 15 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Boerner, E. G ( Emil George ), b. 1878
Smith, W. D
Gehl, R. M
United States -- Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Publisher:
United States Govt. Prtg. Off.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Publication Date:

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Subjects / Keywords:
Rice -- Grading -- United States   ( lcsh )
Rice -- Trade and statistics -- United States
Genre:
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
compiled by E.G. Boerner, W.D. Smith, R.M. Gehl.
General Note:
At head of title: U.S.G.S.A.-G.I. Form no. 174. Issued February, 1927. U.S. Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics.

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University of Florida
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STATES GRADES FOR
ROUGH: RICE

pa poses of the United States grades

lee.-Roush riee shall..be. rice grown
jnAte4 States .which contains not
,:VQwr cent of .kernels of rice from
e.nle -have not been, removed, and
stway tal -not: more than 50 per enwt
SOtbthe *ha rice and not more- than 10
OW$ Matreal grains of a kind or kinds other

$66Vi ROUGH RICE (CLASS 1)
ablabal haR incude the rices known
as ondursa and Mortmae Lifter,
Aeldoaut more. than 10 per cent, of
ornlsof rice, of any other. claws or classes.
SOUGH ICE SL ASS H)
dlam shall include the rice known Com-
as Ed~th, and may include -not more
piteMt of whole kernels of rice of any

TONA OUGHT RICE (CLASS IMI
%hal inlude 'the rAce -knownt cow-
Potis, and may include niot more
per cent of whole kernels of rice of any.

ROUGH RICE CLASSIC )
hallincude the rices ,knowncm
Caatnaad-, Storm Proof, and
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;. me. neriall. y- as Japan, ; andt s i~ i
than 10 per cent of wholei.

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Cwwlina, Lady Wri^ Blue
PrWific roWh rice, and for Ow
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Fbretn materW and
Andy broken kemels

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.3 S& 0 15 LO 1.0 10

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or V404 or Yor&=% or Qarolina4 or lady
*at -3816o Rose-, or Early Prolffic or the
J;tpsv reowtivaly, whieb does not come
tNj requh-ements for sky of the grades
bt irl NO. I to No. 6, inclusive, or wbich bw any
I ob*wW=Lb% foretn odor,, or is
4 awr bfttbw,,, (w h4, cw is othu"wise of diidnetly
Uw quMity.

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SUBCLASS3 (B) CALIFORVIA-JAPX I
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GRADE$ YFOl 1MIl7-
Mixed rough rice.--M
be's, mixture,, of ,any .tWO or
II, TIII IV VVIII ad
not'hmeet -the,'requirements'.

Mixed rough.. niee shali bt
-oeach : of the g r~adret
the class or subclass -of taxi
domijnateg ov0 eachote
the mix-ture, except tht f
-mewts,. in any clagss %s,, '
C-nt;Igips 6f others ie i
The grde, designation o i
Jeude, s'uccessi ely 'imt
Wlumber of th urde,- th
Ilk the order of its' 'Prdo IX
approximate pecentage a
clas of rough rice which, C
brmore oftemxture; be

tename, and ap~proit
class- or subclass sha b at
-design-ation followed'by,the
mate percentage 61f at lena ii6,
subelass.I
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ROUGH.W93
*o other thaA of the subdam
MAnm.ihL rpugh deo: a rough rice con-
than, 14 pem cent'but not more tbAn
of moisture shall be 00naidered

of rice of the subelass Calffornia-o'
rough rice containing more
dehi but not more than 16 per: Ce'at
be considered dionp.
-rice 8halI be graded and'deoig-
to the grade. requirements of
cable to such rice if it were 'not
thAft shal-. bo added to and made a
goodo des, ig'natlon the word:" damp.!'
W" ROUGH RICE
of rme other than of.. the subc1ass
rough rice all rough rice con-
15'.5 per cent but not more
moisture shll be considered

-otirice of, the ubclss Callfor'nm6-
6& 4U rotigh rice. contaiming more
-L0,,A-"V brd. not more: 17. per cent
44W be considered wet.

I#Aill b grade'd and d ted
W
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k riee if It were not wet. wd
A4, 0 to and made A: pLrt of such
.14)w word "wet-ly
'Inoro than .17 per m4 941.,
-of low quality aud Shall bw

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If, after the removal '':
material, in the case of rie:e, te
subclass California-Japan r
contains more than 0.1 peri I ~
than 0.5 per cent of .weed s.t..
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sidered seedy.
If, after the removal .of W
material, in the case of rice;i ethe
fornia-Japan rough rice,: :1iQl:%
more than 0.5 per cent but n.
per cent of weed seeds. it 'hail
seedy. *' '
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Seedy rough rice shall beit
nated according to the grade q:ri
the- grade applicable to sutnch- te G.::."
seedy, and there shall .be adiA o W
T part of such grade designate i n

VERY SEEDY R'.t....
If, afterf the removal.
material,, in' the' case ,pf: 3i
'subclass:. California-Japsan
* rice contains more than O~
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T:o ltbo case of rice of the subclass
h~adpanrough nice, rough rice contains
than1.5 per cent but not more than 3
ag atweed seeds it shall be considered

soedy rough rice shall be graded and
according to the grade requirements
kade applicable to such rice if it were not
cland there shall be added to and
4 "ple of such grade designation the
-'Ivery seedy, "
-d afr the removal of separable foreign material, In
d t Awother than of the subclass California-Japan
xotbg rice contain more than I per cent of weed
M~be considered of low quality and shall be graded
0*%d-" Rf, after the removal of separable foreign
l a the came of rice of the subclass Californin-Japan
rough rice contains more than 3 per cent'of weed
*Ml be considered of low quality and shall be graded

SS FOR WEEVILY ROUGH RICE
Mil .rough rice.-Weevily- rough, rice
peall rough rice. which is infested with live
ot other Insects injurious to stored rice.
rdl ito h nice shall be graded and des-
O0 eeordlng, to the grade requirements of
-adfpplicable to such rice if it were not
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STAINED RO.10O'. l..,

Stained rough rice shaU be .,..i h
has been distinctly discolored .Bi .
editions or in any other mannr.;
Stained rough rice shall be 4' I4.
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nated according to the grade 'its
the grade applicable to such.:
stained, and. there shall be added ,
a part of such grade de signdl:i
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MUD-DRAGGED 4 ti. '

Mud-dragged rough rice shall.
in which there are more th .,n :. ;i..
kernels with a distinct amount a.':i
to thdem. i
Mud-dragged rough rice shall '
designed according to the grader
the grade applicable to such rj 4:"
mud-dragged, and there shall be> l ii
made a part of such grade dei
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MUSTY ROUGH Rifjii'i

Musty rough rice shall r.lg.
has an unmistakable musty 6,
Musty rough rice shall .be
nated according to. the g.2ai
the grade applicable to such d:i,
musty, and there shall be addil
a part of such' grade d i
musty."

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S ;DEFINITIO ,l: ':::
Basis of determinations.-~ ia4ti4
Stion of general appearance, te mp
moisture, separable foreign
broken kernels, milling quality,. i.
and insects injurious to storei.d .,:l::o
the 'basis of the lot of rice .s ai
determination of red rice, dr wg
other classes shall be upon t he
after shelling. All other doe a
be upon the basis of the l1ieei |i
separable foreign materi al snd
kernels and before shelling. ; :::
Percentages.;-Percentages, er
case of moisture, shall be percent
by weight. ; ':r
'Percentage of moisture.-Peree
ture shall be that ascertained: b'. li:
tester and the method of use: t "hS
in Bulletin No. 1375, date d,
issued by the United Stite .
Agriculture, Bureau of Agriicuttme.al
or that ascertained by any d~:e4 :
giving equivalent results.
SDamaged kernels.-Da.mar t
kernels and pieces, of kernels o
have been distinctly dam
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O(' whlch the hulls only have been-
alnot be 'Considered a aae

kernels.-Heat-damaged ker-.
86[be kernels and pieces of kernels of
'which' have been distinctly discolored
heat or as a result of heating caused

foreign material and finely broken:
Parble foreign material and finely
UmAle shall be all matter other than
will not paws through a No. 12 sieve
I arels and pieces of kernels of'-rough
All foreign matter which will pass
'a No. 634 sieve.
12 vleve.e-A metal sieve perforated with
holeo twelve sixty-fourths inch in dia meter.
4% sieve.-A metal sieve perforated with
holao six and one-half sixty-fourths inch

jumgpo.-Mud lumps shall be lumps of
anid wbich will pass through a No. 12
whichwill'not pass through a No.
.Mud lumps which will not pass
a N 12 sleve or which will pass through
%4lete shall function in gradn only
foreign material and finely
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wheat, enuner, spelt,.einkorn, corn,
use,w~ and oats; and shall not include
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Red -rice..-Red rice shalI. Ja, a l

kernels. of rice of which t .

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FEATURES OF GRADW
VNG ROUGH RICE

SAMPIJNG OF ROUGH RICE

talingofa representative sample Is
to'te determination of the true grade
lot of rough rice. If the sml
edIs not representative no amount, of.
maki--ng 'detemninations for the grading
e Me wllstblish the true grade of the rough
.Consequently, great care should
3i ... sp Inin order that the sample
Mofthe grade of the rough. rice is to be
$ aa31truly represent the rough rice

so mple should be approximately 2 quarts
he'If the time to elapse between the draw.
htthe sample and the determination of
`6' 0oid permit of iuch change in the con-
libt the sample as to affect the grade,' at
1% pniashould be inclosed in an air-tight
Altr ndthe rmider, if any, Mi a cemn

hecame of bulk rough rice in a carload
In, wagon, at least five probes (with a
41 4W1eompartment trier 60L inches long,
'equivalent results), and as *many
mybe neesrin the discretion of
,shall be tknfrom- the r~ic in
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GRAIN TRIER (PROBE) AN"Dr'
.!R.4 a. M.E.
For obtaining a representR
carload of.bulk rice the usp. 40, 4
separate compartment grain ri r it .
in Figure 1 is recommnended,,L.: :
.The use of such a trieri a
the sampler to note any un
and to ascertain the appro
quantity of any mixture of 4ieo
'ing, ori damp-spots, etc., foun4:. .
rice. To assist in doing tlhis4hk
use a canvas 5 by 2 feet in di.mbenn
to empty the grain from .-W e::"i:
should be emptied 'lengthSii.....
each separate trierful apari4pT
that the grain from eaCchA U
noted separately. ....
In case of bulk rice be ti
canal boat,, barge, .ship,'r %jfi|
sample may be taken fromi.rW





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belt or other covyrto Ow"
such a way as to, be rer
lot or 61ce.
In case of rice in scks, as
from as manyy Individual
dom. as ::.willf enable the
average.,n representati
lot. In: case a lot i's of msue
such a manner, Umthat epre1
not be obtained, no.. official e
should be made, until "a
Of. it is accessible for.R sm-pli
In caie 'it shall appa th 04
Of a lot -or parcel ofrcc is
-tinctly inferior to the r' ar
parcel, separate sample
With these ins truction shaU''
portion nd from the rems.I
shall be filed with such 4
ing the..estimated quantitwK!
the rice rom which e ch scj
SAMPLE DIVIDER (BORlAN
After a representative 8a
parce Hf rie to: be gradod
usually necessary to reduceit
in order that thfe grade wma
careful analysis..T eu
of r ,ice containing foreign H4x
spe-ffic rv ity or Aize.than' of
they, a'ied and -at, the
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as theO dak"
divi mple into asm
maintabyntb6p]woper' propo U`
factorst 6of to originl sat
of this de I0 ,-the- ris is pt h
top G6f th,*e hX'UA-Chin anld x es
through enig at,' h14 b
do ,V- i t h i6 of a cone I e
dired der -the :etr
Arod TS- of the, Tou
ingsli rideTl falling dow,4,
is cu int o praestams,
on.. mle &i two streabas.,
52 ef4 'ito -one stream
one *6-e and, "tei
into.Afr'eamw while
recent ej
T6e d COW is, fully desce
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MAKIGM ITR TESTS
4-V heutmnerous methods of making
mion nd the wide variations
obt ed by the different methods
meho described In Departmn~t
B etin No. 1375, issued by- the
AgrAcultural Economics, .United
otof Agriculture, have been
"as the standard on which the grades
This, In no way precludes the use of,
of, making moisture determinao.
as the results 'are corrected to con-m
secured by the standard method
ad ~3 gives a sectoiona view of the
'moistur tester.
'Inoist-ure. test, use the quantities
n ad etinuih the flame aslisted
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regular graduate; however, the re
by doubling the moisture-test rea i. ''i
y e to

Special points for co nsde
(1) Install the moistur e
it will not be exposed to str:og 4it .
(2) The standard tester is q:ip
with illuminating gas. ,.:i:!,. '.
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(3) Keep .the wire gaue %tt
in good condition ahd so .adjted"h .
plays directly.in the center of t e' ',: .
(4) Place the flask so that t:.1h.. ..
S flask is not less than three-. i
above the, wire gauze. .
(5) See that the columt"I f
thermometer is continuougl i;... i: qMtr
be shaken down. ,
(6) Thoroughly.mix the Ah
ing for tests; and unless th. .ii
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the flask. (See to the
Do not guess.)
(9) Use correctly
and graduates. :
(10) Do not use mushy
they absorb some of the:it
pass into the graduates.
(11) Clean and y dr
using for a test. (Do noti t
moisture in the bottom or.i"
(12) Do not use oil directly ife
test. Empty used flasks int6 ii:
can and never directly i. ntoJ 'I
device..
(13) Keep a good cirdculoa (t
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through the-eondenser tankpt. '-:
(14) Adjust the heating sr. p
required temperature is Jr
A longer time' Will give r
shorter time too high.
(15) If the moisture oon
high so that, there is a t.e
lower the'flame until a
the water is distilled oveii.-
(16) Cut off the heat at :0
prescribed for each grain. :::
(.17) After the flame ,i :1
gradual ise in the tempe
A sudden i:e: se or
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of several degrees 'indicates that the
was too Intense during the latter part of
g&, and the test should be repeated.
_15o not remove covers nor remove ther-
eter until the temperature recedes to

Aferthe temperature has fallen to 160*
overdisconnect thermometer and then
veytube.
40ad the percentage of moisture in the
cel ylinder after all the drops clinging
'idis of the graduates have been' shaken
TWhreading is taken beneath the layer
on top of the water.
Results of tests need not be expressed
elosey than one-tenth of I per cent.
V) 'the water which distills over is dis-
thwe ubftance has evidently been burned
()e test should be repeated.
-.When- the machine is not in use keep
theromeersconnected in the flasks and
connected with the distilling tubes in
manner as for making -a test.
Befoe mkin a estin a new flask or
&,machine that has not been in
,,^24-hour period a test should be made
sample so that all the flasks.
=form in condition.
Pli Iscles -on a firm support and see
yare in, balance before making a

Tho speciffic directions given above and
8taes department of Agriculture
1375 for making tests do not apply
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milling quality. The pere
tures, red rice, damiiaged e":
factors in rough rice can a:ls:o I.
readily after the hulls .havaeIi
the shelling device. ,,:
The Smith shelling device' i
in mimeographed circul .Car r
34 and 35, issued by the .B Oie
Economics, United. States: De.
culture. ....: ...1i
In making shellings of .roug. :
mended that the following~p~
Use only samples whiebi W.-vJ
drawn or samples which have b.S*
tight containers for only :a g, i
The hardness of the kern3i4Mia.F
correctly shown by a shefihii~
of rough rice which has be,
in the open air or whichii:"
paper sack or similar c nM r'
Use a 50-gram portion :
shelling. 'This portion.
the sample by the. d se
sampler illustrated.. o
should be taken to see
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Ibe k~ds i samples of rough rice to dete ..iA&
(a) -The device asbldon a table
Aor the position of the device while 4t
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rubs the rubbed rice is reanoved lS
the device down over the end ou iIff i
brushing the hulls and rice into s'pM:
to the end of the hopper.: i.-are ,.aSi
to see that all of the rice and h liIs
ing" are brushed into this pan1 l
in the device' and without logi 4:
kernels or hulls. I '
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BATES LABORATORY APIR

The Bates laboratory pinto~'.
mended for use in separatinglte Iooei.,
the "rubbed" rice. This appatatus ma
sible to remove the loose hullspi
without the loss of the finely br,&
rice.* '
After the loose hulls have :'6i .
the shelling the remaining portii
lyzed for who leand broken .e;krnei
damaged kernels, or any ~3iL
more readily determined with t:;
Plans and specifications fqr
flatds laboratory. aspirator: i.
without cost from the Bur a AWi-.
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SIEVES HELPFUL IN. DT
QUALITY'
In the determination Of, Wh1A; brol on
kernels the use of a No. 6Y, oipevas
No. 5Y2 sieve will be fouod st 4
:th broken keruiels can be "th
shelling with the siev~e8 And~tm Ibron-
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It is absolutely essential. :ft
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matter which will pass thn
secure the exact size it is n
forations be cut with dies es
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rate results. The shape a.
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No. 64 and No. 12 sieves a.do'to
Department of Atgrioulttihre i
grading of rough rice .

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feitio assprble f6
broken kerne1s.
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of herice, remaining'Old
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axe gradi fhetos
graded116r"-04ih,,, f lbea

Weed: seeds, when found, i 0p
for the subclass Cali~forni
cetnt 'fo EalLother. rimes, -
*spaabe foreign maeri
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N6nci-The No. 6Y sieve shoudbe
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5. A modified Boerner: 'st hi..
'dividing a sample into d:,j iisI
analysis and moisture
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Bulletin No. 857.) ', .
6. Trier for bulk rough rice. ,ThM
be double-shelled and divided into't
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sand should be 60 inches' tongI ; I~ t:::-
7;. Sampling canvas, 5 by B241t0Ai
on which to empty the rice eni:- "iM
8::' .- Trier for sacked -rough ri~E.t
9. Air-tight containers (sAaple
approximately 450 grams. /
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Sat least 2 eqarts. .
"l 11 Grain pans, with spot ..
S"ther containers.: : "v-
12. Smith shelling device
sand hantomatic cut-off ith w _'.
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