AUSTRALIAN GREEN MUNG BEAN MACHINE DRESSED 25 KG BAG
Machine Dressed Mung bean Standards . 25 kg Bag . Machine dressed Mung bean standards certificate to be issued only by AMA-accredited laboratories.
PRICE INDICATION : US$ 1195 CFR PROMPT -5TH SEPTEMBER-2020.
1. Machine Dressed: All mungbeans covered by these Standards are to be Machine Dressed (MD). Machine Dressed Mungbeans are defined as Farmer Dressed mungbeans that have received further post-harvest seed cleaning. It is a requirement that this further seed cleaning utilises both airand-screen grading as well as gravity-grading equipment to substantially remove undesirable material.
2. Sampling: For testing purposes, seed lines are to be represented by samples responsibly collected in accordance
with a recognised sampling procedure such as those prescribed by Australian government regulatory authorities.
3. Appearance: Based on visual assessment against the standard sample at the time of testing. Appearance is
determined on uniformity of colour, shades of colour, insect damage, lustre, brightness of colour, condition of skin coat and
any other characteristics that effect appearance. In conjunction with appearance test a photographic chart and parameters are
to be used to determine overall grade.
4. Purity: In accordance with ISTA rules (with the addition of analysis and reporting of splits).
5. Size Grading: 98% must be above or between the screens as pertinent. The actual percentage and relevant AMA Mungbean
Type will be recorded on the certificate.
6. Moisture: In accordance with ISTA rules.
7. Defect Type: Photographic charts are to be used inconjunction with appearance and parameter tests to determine overall grade. The five defect types; pod scale, seed coat damage, stained, wrinkled and dimples are identified using photographic charts to determine sound and defective seeds.
8. Objectionable Material: As per Pulse Australia definition for
9. Germination: In accordance with ISTA rules. Hard seed to be reported. Hard seeds not to be counted (excluded) as
10. Over-soaks: Percentage of mungbeans that absorb moisture after being submerged in water at 32°C for one hour.
11. Charcoal Rot: Presence of Charcoal Rot tested at 28°C forfour days, to be recorded on the Certificate of Analysis.
12. Microbiological Standards: In accordance with Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) – Seed Sprouts
(Standard 4.2.6). Pathogen test results are to be recorded on Certificate of Analysis.
a. Salmonella spp. = Nil/25g
b. Escherichia coli ≤ 20cfu/g
c. Listeria monocytogenes ≤ 100cfu/g
13. Sprout Test: As per AMA approved procedures Lowest grade of any one of the above tests will be the overall
Below manufacturing grade is ‘Sale by Sample’.
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