That is not true at all, doesn't matter how early you spray it, the loss is yours, period.
Spraying it and realizing you should have been combining it than harvesting prior to the label harvest interval is where things go haywire.
THIS is why I don't get this thread, you guys are all chasing the wrong side of the problem[/QUOTE]
I’ll give this another shot.
As explained above, the issue is not harvesting before the recommended interval after spraying. The issue is not an individual losing a grade due to the effect of spraying too early.
The issue is: if the grain is sprayed too early(higher than 30% moisture) the seed takes in the chemical and exceeds MRL when tested. If one farmer does it, sure it will blend out with everything else in the shipment. If many producers spray too early then the entire shipment may exceed the MRL if it is tested at port. So if entire shipments are rejected by overseas buyers it will affect our entire industry. So the OP is a plea for everyone to abide by the rules, so export shipments aren’t affected and the overseas buyers continue to trust Canadian grain.