Visual Reference Library - Soybean

Soybeans that contain Gray/Black discoloration on the seed coat with the area of coverage and intensity equal or greater than shown are considered damaged.
The discolration may be prorated. For example, when the degree of discoloration is twice that shown, the required area of coverage can be reduced by one half.
NOTE: The discoloration may appear on one or both sides of the soybean. DO NOT confuse discolored soybeans with soybeans containing pigmented streaks or blotches that are considered soybeans of other colors.

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Last updated December 2016