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Sept 8 2011 hrw industry samples & quality scoop

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  • 1. 2011 QUALITY SCOOP UPDATEHard Red Winter Wheat
    Thursday, September 8, 2011
  • 2. 2011 INDUSTRY SAMPLES
    The following slides contain data from composited samples received at flour mills
    Each composite is comprised of five individual truckloads
    While the Quality Scoop composites provide a good overall picture of wheat quality, the industry composites will give a more accurate representation of what is being delivered to mills
    The quality data from the Industry composites suggest that there are pockets of HRW in Ontario that are of low quality
    The samples in bold would typically be considered below the flour quality standards (very weak gluten strength) for the HRW class
  • 3. 2011 ONTARIO QUALITY SCOOPHard Red Winter Wheat
  • 4. 2011 ONTARIO QUALITY SCOOPCanada Eastern Hard Red Winter Wheat
    The variability in the wheat protein of the individual samples received can be seen in the scatter plot on the next slide
    Note: The variability appears to be much greater in the Southwest Samples
  • 5. 2011 ONTARIO QUALITY SCOOPHard Red Winter Wheat Protein
    SOUTHWEST
    MEAN 10.5%
    Each plotted point represents the wheat protein of an individual HRW sample.
  • 6. For more information please contact:
    Michael Reimer, MSc
    Technical Specialist, Ontario Wheat
    Canadian International Grains Institute
    1000-303 Main St.,
    Winnipeg, MB, R3C 3G7
    Phone: (204) 983-1055
    Fax: (204) 983-2642
    E-mail: mreimer@cigi.ca
    Website: www.cigi.ca
    Blog: http://ontarioqualityscoop.blogspot.com/