lean and wrinkled by shrinkage as from age or illness
(used especially of vegetation) having lost all moisture
reduced in efficacy or vitality or intensity
- Raisins are shrivelled grapes.
- Shrivelled grains:
- Shrivelled grains
- shrivelled grains
- The berries are shrivelled like raisins.
- “Shrivelled grains” does not apply to maize or sorghum.
- adequately firm; not soft, shrivelled or water—soaked,
- adequately firm; not soft, shrivelled or water-soaked,
- Grains damaged by frost and unripe green grains belong to the ‘shrivelled grains’ group.’;
- Grains damaged by frost and unripe green grains shall belong to the ‘shrivelled grains’ group.
- Small, shrivelled grain may contain higher amounts of mycotoxins than healthy normal grain.
- For durum wheat, common wheat and barley, the definition of “shrivelled grains” is that contained in standard EN 15587.
- The berries are shrivelled like raisins. The resulting wines offer a lavish sweetness and have little alcohol;
- “Grain impurities” means shrivelled grains, grains of other cereals, grains damaged by pests and grains overheated during drying.
- Removal of shrivelled grain by correct setting of the combine or cleaning after harvest to remove damaged kernels and other foreign matter may help reduce mycotoxin levels.