Or. Admin. R. 603-051-0460 - Grades

(a) Oregon No. 1 shall consist of loganberries which are clean, fresh, firm, well colored, well developed, and not overripe, which are free from hulls, mold, and decay, and from damage caused by dirt or other foreign matter, shriveling, sunscald, moisture, disease, insects, mechanical, or other means;
(b) In order to allow for variations incident to proper grading and handling, not more than ten percent, by count, of the berries in any lot may be below the requirements of this grade, but not to exceed 1/2 of this tolerance or five percent, shall be allowed for defects causing serious damage. No appreciable tolerance shall be allowed for mold or decay.
(2) Oregon No. 2 shall consist of loganberries which are not graded in conformity with the foregoing grade and which do not contain more than ten percent, by count, of berries that have been seriously damaged from any cause.
(3) Unclassified shall consist of loganberries which fail to meet the requirements of any of the foregoing grades.


Or. Admin. R. 603-051-0460
AD 108, f. 4-7-42, ef. 5-4-42

Stat. Auth.: ORS 561.190 & ORS 632.900 - ORS 632.980

Stats. Implemented: ORS 632.900 - ORS 632.980

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