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in the cas of moisture, shall be ver centages ascertained by weight..
Percentage of moisture.-Percentage of. mo isture in grain sorghumas sallU be that ascertained by the moisture teste and the, method of use thereof for kafir, as described in Circular 72, and supplemeet thereto, issued by the United States Department of Agriculture,. Bureau of Plant Industry, or asc .ertained by any device and. method giving equivalent re,ults.
Test weight per bushel.-The -test weight per .bushel shall be the test weight per Winchester bushel, as deter-mined by the testing apparatus and the method of use thereof as described in Bulletin 472, dated October '30, 1916) issued by the United States Department of Agriculture, or as determined .bY. any device and method. giving equirnlent results.
Other grains.-Other grains shall include wheat, noungrain sorghums, corn, oats., barley, rye, emmer,,spelt, einkorn, rice, cultivated buck heat, and -flaxseed only.
Nongrain sorghums.-Nongrain somrghums shall include the grain of sorgo (commonly called "cane seed ")', broomcorn, Sudan grass, and Johnson
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CLASSES AND SUBCLASSES OF9
Grain sorghums shall be divided into classes, 'and subclasses as follows!
Class I. K.afir.- This class shall idfclude all VIArieties of. kafir and higiti, except schrock kafir, and may include not more than 10- per cent of -,othilr grain sorghums. This class, shall We* divided into two subclasses., as folldivs: "White kafir.-This subclass' shall include all kafir and hegari, except schrock kafir, consisting of 90 per cent or more of- white kernels, includig other classes and nongrin sorghum. Rted spots or .other natural colorin" upon kernels otherwise white shall noV. affect their classification as white kafi
Kafir.;-This subclass shall includ all kafir Ad hegai, except 'schroe kafir, not c1.omingwithin the classific tion for white kafir.
Class H. ;Milo.- This class shalnlr% nclude all varieties: of milo, and may include not more than' 10 per cent of. '
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Class V. Darso.-Thiscl
include all varieties of darsmadel include not more than 1:0 pe, eebt of other grain sorghums.
Class YI. Freed Sorgo.-_IThis. .elaw s shall include all varieties of freed sozgo, and may include not more than 10 per cent of other grain sorghuma.
Class VII. Brown Kaoliang.-This class shall include all varieties of brown knoliang, and may include not::more than 10 per cent of other grain sor" ghums.,
Class VIII. Schrock Kr.Th-is class shall include all varieties -;t schrock kafir, and may include -not more than 10 per cent of other grain sorghums.
Class IX. Shallu.-This class- shall include all 'Varieties of shallu,, and may include not more than 10 per. cenit of other grain sorghums.
NOTE.-Any grain sorghum or grainsorghum hybrid .not mentioned' in' classes I to IX, inclusive, shal be in*cluded in the class which it most nearly resembles.
Mixed grain sorghums.-Mixedgri
sorghums shall be any mixture: of grain sorghum not provided for in the classes I to IX, inclusive.
Mixed grain sorghums shall be: graded
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