Deliver grain post-harvest
No declaration of chemical application - post-harvest
Where grain has not been treated with chemicals post-harvest, loads will be sampled and graded using normal grain receival standards and procedures. A CDF will need to be provided with the load. Closer scrutiny of contaminants and live insects will occur which may require additional spears per load. If the load is found to be contaminated or under-grade, the load will be rejected and there will be no re-tendering of the load permitted.
Declaration of phosphine treatment
Where the grain has been treated with phosphine, a pre-delivery sample is not required. However, you will be required to inform staff of the phosphine treatment on site before the load is tendered for delivery to CBH.
The load will be tested for the presence of phosphine prior to being sampled. Where phosphine is detected, the load will be considered as contaminated and will not be deliverable to CBH. Re-tendering of the load will not be permitted. If no phosphine is detected, the load will be sampled and graded using normal grain receival standards and procedures.
Declaration of chemical application - post-harvest
Where chemicals have been applied to the grain post-harvest (excluding phosphine), you will need to provide a pre-delivery sample to CBH for testing prior to delivery.
- Collect a 1kg representative sample from each on-farm storage that grain will be delivered from. If the grain is from more than one storage, clearly mark the storage ID on each sample.
- Complete a Pre-Delivery Sample Analysis form, sign and attach it to the sample. Pay attention to providing the intended delivery details, approximate tonnes for delivery and the treatment details section of the form.
- Deliver the sample to the local CBH office or direct to:
Australian Grain Centre
700 Abernethy Road
FORRESTFIELD WA 6058
Under Harvest Mass Management Scheme rules, deliveries from 1 March each year DO NOT receive any tolerance above their safe legal limits. AMMS can be used by relevant permit holders.
There will be no Active Stack Management or Extended Standard Tolerances available to late deliveries.
There will be no moisture management services available to late deliveries.
There will be no Quality Optimisation available for late deliveries.