Or. Admin. R. 603-051-0470 - Definitions of Terms

As used in OAR 603-051-0460 through 603-051-0470:

(1) "Clean" means reasonably free from leaves, stems, dirt, and other foreign matter.
(2) "Well Colored" means that the whole surface of the berry shall be a good red color.
(3) "Well Developed" means that the berries shall not be misshapen owing to anthracnose injury, frost injury, lack of pollination, insect injury, or other causes.
(4) "Overripe" means dead ripe or soft, becoming very dark in color necessitating immediate consumption.
(5) "Underripe" means partly colored or of a very light red color.
(6) "Damage" means any injury from the causes mentioned which materially affects the appearance, edible, or shipping quality.
(7) "Seriously Damaged" means berries which are badly deformed, crushed, leaky, or otherwise seriously injured. Berries which have less than 1/2 of the surface covered with a good red color shall be considered as seriously damaged.
(8) "Appreciable Tolerance" means less than one percent.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 603-051-0470
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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