(b) have shape, pungency and seed contents normal to the variety;
(c) be free from mould or insect damage and be in sound condition and fit for human consumption;
(d) be current year's crop and shall be free from extraneous colouring matter and other harmful substances.
Basis of quancicacive determination: All determinations and percentages shall be reckoned on the basis of the total weight of representative samples.
Length: The tolerance specified in column 3 shall be based upon the average length of 20 fruits selected at random. The measurement will be taken from the tip of the fruit to the pedicel point (where the stalk is attached).
Discoloured pods: Pods, having brown, black, white and other coloured patches will be considered as discoloured.
Foreign matter: All extraneous matter including calyx pieces and loose stalks will be treated as foreign matter. For accidental errors a tolerance is premissible up to 5% in excess of the tolerance specified in column 3 under R.S. and R.G. grades. For accidental errors a tolerance of 0.5% under column 5 and 1.0% under column 6 is permissible for both the grades.
Moisture: For accidental errors, a tolerance of 0.5% for moisture content will be allowed over and above 11.50% only.
Schedule V: Gospurea chillies
Grade designations and definitions of quality of chillies commercially known as Gospurea variety - special characteristics
Grade Trade Length Colour Maximum limits, percentage by weight General characteristics desig- name (in cm) ---
nations Damaged Pods Moisture Loose Foreign Broken and discoloured without (%) seed matter chillies pods (%) stalk (%) (%) (%)
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